Tuesday: You may see a few scattered flurries early during your drive to work, but they should not amount to much of anything and we can expect a mix of clouds and sun through most of our Tuesday. Temperatures will remain a few degrees above average with an afternoon high near 25 degrees.

Tuesday night: Skies will become mostly cloudy with a few snow showers possible after midnight with a low near 16 degrees.

Wednesday: An arctic cold front dropping south out of Canada will bring light snow to the region Wednesday morning with snow showers persisting into the afternoon. Total accumulations around 1-3 inches are likely with slightly higher amounts possible along the South Shore of Lake Superior. Temperatures will top out near 23 degrees early in the day before plummeting well below zero behind the front Wednesday night.

Wind chill advisories and warnings will likely be issued for Thursday and Friday mornings as the short-lived arctic blast moves through along with clear and sunny skies. Clouds, slim chances of snow, and milder temps return for the weekend.