General Discussion: The area of arctic surface high pressure that has brought all of the very bitterly cold weather to the region looks to move off to the east tonight into tomorrow. A weak clipper system then looks to approach the area from the northwest late tomorrow night, potentially bringing some light snow to parts of the region with little to no accumulation expected. Another area of arctic surface high pressure looks to move in behind that for Saturday and Sunday, then looks to move off to the east on Sunday night and Monday, as a stronger system treks across the southern US bringing potential wintry precipitation back into the region Sunday night into Monday.
Tonight: Low: 24
A 50% chance of some light snow looks to move into the region overnight tonight. Little to no accumulation expected:
Tomorrow: High: 36 Low:15
As that clipper system pushes through the region tomorrow, temperatures look to plummet behind it.