After the warm-up over the weekend, the cold air is back in place in will be locked in for a few days. We spotted a few snow flurries and showers this evening (Wednesday), but there is no measurable snow in the near-term forecast. More flurries Thursday are a reality.
Thursday will be cold--highs only in the 20s. The rest of the weekend looks more moderate, with temps in the mid 30s.
We are in a stormy pattern right now. We could see an Alberta Clipper for our area Friday night into Saturday, and we do have our eye on a more potent storm for Tuesday, March 19th. That storm has our interest, but it's not something anyone needs to get to worked up about...just yet.
We'll post again over the weekend.