Clipper to bring another shot of snow Wednesday

One storm is moving out and we can expect quiet and cool weather late tonight through Wednesday morning. A faster and smaller storm system will swing through the region Wednesday, affecting us in the late afternoon through evening. This clipper will drop another shovel-able snow for some of us with anywhere from a coating up to 2″ of snow, depending on location. The 2″ totals will be isolated, but it’s worth noting that roads and visibility will be affected by snow again Wednesday, especially in the evening.

The active weather pattern will continue through the next 7-10 days. Another larger storm system will swing through the Midwest Friday into Saturday, although its track is still very much in question. There are some indications that it may have an impact on the ABC 6 News area, so we’re watching it closely into the end of this week.

Whether that storm system drops snow on us or not, it’s going to be followed by the coldest air of the season so far. Temperatures will start to tumble at the start of the weekend with highs backing off into the teens. High temperatures will remain in the single digits Sunday, and may stay below zero Monday. Temperatures look to remain below “normal” from this weekend through at least the middle of next week.