January 14, 2019                       2:43 PM 

    High pressure will build in through tomorrow, then will slip south around midweek while a cold front crosses the area. It will be mostly clear and cold tonight with widespread teens for low temperatures, followed by mainly sunny seasonable weather tomorrow and Wednesday. The cold front passage Wednesday night will be dry with a few passing clouds. Canadian High pressure will briefly take hold Thursday with sunny and unseasonably cold weather. Low pressure will cross the area Thursday night with a period of snow from around Midnight that will linger into Friday morning. Some minor accumulations will occur by early Friday morning with precipitation ending as rain and snow showers in the afternoon. A more potent system will approach for the weekend, which will likely bring at least some wintry weather to the region. The degree of impact is still highly uncertain with snow, rain or more of a wintry mix typed storm all possible outcomes at this point. An arctic airmass will follow the storm early next week, that will gradually moderate thereafter.

Meteorologist Ryan Gallagher