As we're digging out from the latest batch of snow and ice, we do get a slight reprieve from the depths of winter, but don't get used to it, there are snow chances and a lot of cold in the 8 Day. For tonight, it'll be mainly cloudy and cold with lows around 20. On Tuesday, we'll be partly to mostly cloudy and should get some thawing done with highs in the upper 30s.
On Wednesday, a weak area of low pressure along what will be an Arctic cold front will arrive. The day will see the clouds increase and rain will begin. Our highs in the middle of the day will be around 40. Then the Arctic front comes through and rain will change to snow late Wednesday afternoon or Wednesday evening with some light accumulations possible. By Thursday morning as the snow ends we'll be in the teens.
Thursday and Friday look partly sunny and cold with highs in the 20s and we could drop into the single digits Friday morning. Another southeastern snowstorm may try and crank up, but at this point may be just far enough south to miss, but it's going to be close and from this distance the chances can certainly change. It looks like we'll be freezing and below into next week.