We'll see cloudy skies overnight with snow likely. We could see upward of an inch or two by tomorrow morning. Lows will be near 30, and then highs will only reach the mid 30s tomorrow afternoon. However, that will be warm enough to allow for a change from all snow to a rain/snow mix. Some minor snow accumulations may be possible during the day, but we'll also likely see some melting as well which will lead to slushy conditions.
Temperatures will fall back below freezing Thursday night which will lead to additional snow accumulations of 1-3". Expect another rain/snow mix on Friday, and then possibly a few lingering snow showers Friday night into Saturday.
Storm total accumulations could reach as high as 3-6" for most, but again this will not all fall at once and there will be melting at times.
The cold weather continues into the weekend with highs in the mid 30s, and then temperatures will slowly climb to near 40 by the middle of next week. Another round of rain showers is possible late Tuesday into Wednesday.
Tonight: Snow likely. Lows near 30.
Tomorrow: Snow to a rain/snow mix. Highs in the mid 30s.
Friday: Snow to a rain/snow mix. Highs in the mid 30s.