Increasing Clouds Bring In A Light Mix Later Today

While the weather pattern remains pretty active from here on out regionally, locally, we are missing out on the major precipitation events.

The first wave moves through later today & into the very early morning on Wednesday. This Alberta Clipper will bring in a light wintry mix for the afternoon/evening, before switching over to very light snow overnight. Overall, we’ll top out at an inch for snowfall potential, maybe slightly more along & north of Highway 14 by Wednesday morning. Icing will also be a minor hazard in a few areas, as our temperatures are below-freezing heading into Wednesday morning.

A more robust storm system will miss the Weather First area just to the south on Thursday & SE Friday-early Saturday. Right now the trend continues to show our area missing out on the high end rain, snow, & ice, possibly any moisture all-together. It is in close enough range however, we will be tracking it closely.

Temperatures are staying put in the lower to middle 30s this week, with a run at 40 by Sunday. Early next week will be watched closely, as another large-scale storm system tries to move into the Upper Midwest.