Another strong upper level disturbance will drop southward over the Great Lakes and the northern half of the Ohio Valley. It has two things in store for us: 1). The coldest air of the winter so far (Wed-Fri). Before the cold comes snow late tonight. This newest “clipper” is moisture-starved, but has plenty of energy. The system should be able to squeeze out some snow for us, starting after Midnight and ending during rush hour. Snow will be much less than the last one, but still should be on the order of 1″ to 2″ by morning. Then, the COLD.
P.S. Could be a real mess brewing for Saturday!