Snow will be working its way through the state the rest of the day, but the god news is we aren't expecting big travel problems. Accumulations should land in the 2-4 inch range, and we are looking at light, fluffy snow that will blow around easily. Winds will be in the 6-12mph range, which will result in snow blowing across the roads and some drifting, so be careful driving today. This system should leave the state by this evening, and then more cold air is going to sweep on in.
Monday looks snow free, but the fresh light snow is going to be tossed around by pretty gusty winds of 10-20mph, which will make your morning commute slow and challenging. The rest of the week looks snow free, but the cold will stick around for quite awhile. We do get a slight "warm" up to the 30s by the end of the week, but for now cold and breezy are going to be the weather headlines for a while.
Have a great day!
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