The January Thaw will be slipping away over the next few days & into the weekend with the return of more typical January weather. A reinforcing shot of colder air will move in first thing Wednesday with a little snow, mix & rain that will exit during the midday & afternoon. Temperatures will go from 35 to 40 during the morning to the low to mid 30s later in the day behind the front. A little black ice could very well develop to finish out our Wednesday.
Thursday looks quiet and seasonably chilly, & then a clipper like system will throw a little snow our way Thursday night into Friday with minor accumulations expected. Behind this clipper it will turn blustery & colder for the weekend with some snow showers & a few squalls Saturday & then a little general snow Saturday night & again Sunday from a couple of fast moving systems that will reinforce the cold air. Highs will be in the 20s over the weekend & possibly turn even colder than that early to mid next week. Stay tuned for updates through the weekend.