Tuesday: The round of snow that moved through overnight will begin to taper off this morning with lingering impacts leading to slick conditions for your morning commute. Some freezing drizzle will mix in early this morning as the snow tapers off, which will only add to those slick road conditions. By this afternoon we will still see clouds lingering around with a few peeks of sunshine and a high near 26 degrees before temperatures begin to drop below 20 degrees by 5 p.m.

Tuesday night: Increasing clouds overnight will lead to overcast skies ahead of our next chance of snow. We may see a few flurries, but the bulk of the snow should hold off until the early morning hours of Wednesday with an overnight low near 6 degrees.

Wednesday: Our next round of snow pushes through the region on Wednesday. We can expect another widespread 2-4 inches with steady snow lasting through much of the day. This means the morning and the evening commutes will likely be impacted by winter driving conditions. Temperatures will begin to trend cooler with a high of only 13 degrees.

The coldest day of the week looks to be Thursday where many areas may not reach above zero. The active pattern continues to end the week with more widespread snow expected Friday into Saturday.