We find ourselves between weak atmospheric disturbances today with the next not far to our Northwest. This is not a big storm and we'll still get glimmers of sunshine with decreasing clouds during the day before it arrives. That disturbance passing to our North will boost clouds and moisture around our region tonight. As the system passes through tonight look for some very patchy light snow which won't amount to very much. Some clouds and flurries may linger into Thrusday, but high pressure takes control of conditions through the balance of the week and the weekend leading to a continued quiet pattern with periods of sunshine and temperatures eventually moderating back to seasonal averages with mercury topping out in the upper 20s to near 30 degrees.
Have a great Wednesday!