Quiet & chilly weather will be with us through the first part of the week thanks to high pressure. Later Tuesday into Tuesday night clouds will increase in advance of a developing storm coming up from the south that is slated to drop several inches upon the region mainly after midnight Tuesday night & Wednesday. The NAM is more aggressive with the snow having a good 8 to 14" snowfall on tap for us, while the GFS is outputting closer to 3 to 7" or 8", so going down the middle with 6 to 10" just like Scott was thinking last night believe is a good call for this one. Scott will likely come out with the latest on snowfall amounts expected tonight, & I'll have the latest first thing tomorrow.
Later Wednesday through at least the start of Thursday we will pick up some limited lake snow, colder air & wind on the backside of the storm. Friday & Saturday look quiet & chilly, but later Sunday into the start of next week could become quite interesting, as a BIG storm looks like will try to come together down south. The BIG question regarding the Sunday/Monday storm, as always is the case, what's the ultimate track going to be? Stay tuned for updates, especially late this week.
Have a great start to your week everyone!