Tonight brings a round of snow squalls and falling temps as an arctic front moves in. Temps will be dropping from the chilly 30s to the colder teens. Be careful while traveling if you get caught in one of these snow squalls. They can really ice up the roads in a short period of time and lower visibility. Once the snow leaves - the core of the cold air moves in and will be felt all day Wednesday into Thursday morning. Temps for much of the day will "feel like" the single digits and teens thanks to the blustery winds behind the cold front.
By Thursday into the weekend, we’ll start a warming trend leading into the first day of Winter this weekend. The long term outlook keeps temps above average lowering the chances of a White Christmas.