Dry, cold weather next two days likely followed by snow Wednesday night

Video: Meteorologist Ed Hanna's evening forecast

Tonight: Mainly clear and very cold. Low: 4
Tuesday: Mostly sunny and cold. High: 24 Low: 2

We always like to focus on "what we know for sure," so, let's start there. You can count on dry and cold weather dominating our area for the next few days.

Normal high temps should be near 40 degrees. Instead, the next two days will only see mid 20's for daytime highs and wind chill values below 0 at times.

The bulk of Wednesday looks dry as well. However, as area of low pressure looks to move up along the coast affecting the area late Wednesday night and Thursday with snow likely.

The EXACT track of this storm will determine exactly how much snow we will see.

Closer to the I-95 corridor, there could be a some sleet/freezing rain mixing in after a period of heavy snow.

It is too early to give snowfall totals that will verify. Our forecasting philosophy is to provide forecasted snow totals that we are confident will verify. There is no sense in throwing amounts around, only to flip-flop or switch every few hours.

Clearly, the chance for a "disruptive snow storm" is definitely possible.

Please stay tuned for updates as we are monitoring this storm minute by minute!

Look for our snowfall forecast map Tuesday. Snow showers possible again Friday into Saturday morning and another chance at a period of snow on Sunday.

Winter still alive and well! Thanks for watching!

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High Low
Current 65°F 54°F
Average 75°F 53°F
Record 94°F May 30, 1987 36°F May 30, 1949