Tuesday: Temperatures will begin to tumble throughout the day today with the warmest readings coming in early this morning in the upper teens and 20s before steadily dropping into the single digits this afternoon as a cold front moves north to south across the region. Any snow showers with this cold front are quickly moving out of the area with partly cloudy skies expected throughout the day. Winds will become blustery out of the northwest gusting up to 30 mph, creating brutal wind chills in the teens below zero this afternoon.
Tuesday night: The cold air will continue to filter into the region this evening and tonight with mainly clear skies for much of the region and a frigid low near -10 degrees. The cold air and northerly winds will create lake effect snow along the South Shore where a few inches are possible into Wednesday.
Wednesday: We will start with some sunshine on Wednesday morning with increasing clouds moving in by the afternoon. We will stay on the cold side with a high temperature near 11 degrees.
A system will arrive late Wednesday night into Thursday and bring a chance of light accumulating snowfall along with slightly milder temperatures. Right now it looks like 1-3 inches are possible with the highest amounts likely along the North Shore.