Besides a few light, scattered snow showers Sunday, the forecast into next week is dry and cold, with temperatures stuck just below freezing at the warmest.
“We’re just going to get brushed by that storm, but we might see some flurries,” said National Weather Service meteorologist Charlie Foley. “I don’t think it will be plowable, it’s more of a nuisance.”
The remaining snow on the ground from Wednesday’s storm won’t budge, either.
“Generally we’re going to be dry and cold, with temperatures not getting above freezing into next week,” Foley said. “So the glacial landscape with snow on the ground isn’t going to go anywhere.”
Today will be cool and windy, with highs in the upper 20s and wind gusts as high as 24 miles per hour throughout the day. Temperatures should sink to 12 degrees overnight.
The weekend will start out cloudy and cold, with wind chills as low as 0 degrees. Temperatures will crest at 29 degrees, dropping into the upper teens in the evening.
Some light snow could fall Sunday after 11 a.m. as temperatures rise into the upper 20s. Any snow flurries will taper off before 2 a.m. Monday, with lows dropping to 18 degrees overnight.
Next week’s forecasts show dry and cold conditions ahead, with mostly sunny skies and highs in the mid twenties through Wednesday.
There is a chance of a warm up, along with some rain and snow showers, on Thursday, but those forecasts are still uncertain.
“There’s a chance of snow and rain Wednesday night into Thursday, but it’s now quite clear now because the storm is so far out,” Foley said.Catalina Gaitan can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org. Follow her on Twitter at @catalina_gaitan.