The snow train continues as a quick moving wave of energy will move through the Region today bringing a brief round of some snow. This wave is developing on the base of a larger trough responsible for our chilly air the last few days, but also on the northern side of a developing push of warmer air that will quickly move in the next two days! Here’s how the radar will likely look throughout the day as the snow develops, moves through, and then we’ll be drying out:
Accumulations will be on the light side with a coating up to an inch. We’re also not expecting this to be a widespread issue with high temps reaching into the mid and upper 30s–the light stuff will melt on the road, any moderate snow will cause a few slick spots if this system can get organized over the next few hours.
Beyond today, it’s off to a warm up with 50s Tuesday and highs near 60 Wednesday before another sharp November cold front swings through bringing some wind, rain, and the return of some lake effect snow chances!