Areas up north and out west will see the first bands of the snowy mix of flakes and freezing drizzle develop through the morning, but for most of us, this will hold off until later in the day.
A light wintry mix and develops later this afternoon and evening. Widespread light snow is likely late tonight but with minimal accumulation.
This is really a long duration event. By the end of Friday, most of us could see 2-4″ total of snow. This is over a couple day period.
We see our temperatures creep up into the 30’s today. With the gusty south west winds, it won’t feel like it! Tonight we won’t drop off much. Mid and upper 20’s. The winds will likely gust 30+ miles per hour today. The winds won’t be as bad later on today. More substantial calming Thursday.
Keeping in mind our chilliest point of the year, statistically, is now. We look to be generally 10-15 degrees above normal likely through January. You probably won’t notice much in the way of melting of snow. I would think this would make for nice outdoor activity weather.