Low pressure stacked through the atmosphere will continue tracking to our East today. Little disturbances will pinwheel on the back side of the storm system keeping us cloudy with occasional snow. The accumulation will rapidly subside as we get past the early morning hours, though there could be an inch or two additional in some spots through Wednesday.
Winds will continue to be very strong with gusts to 30 miles per hour leading to more blowing snow and reduced visibility. High temperatures won't fall too far from seasonal averages in the mid 30s. The last steady flakes should taper off tonight, but clouds will remain rather pesky through Thursday with a few snow showers still possible, too. Some sunshine should return by the end of the week with quiet conditions continuing into the weekend.
Stay safe in the wind and snow and have a great Wednesday!