Wednesday, like today, will be mostly cloudy with occasional snow showers. Expect highs in the 20s. A batch of snow squalls will drop through during the afternoon and evening hours, which may produce a quick dusting-2" where it snows. Not everyone sees one (think of them as summer-time thunderstorms), but when it snows it will likely quickly drop visibility and create slick roads.
Regardless, those squalls usher in brutally cold temperatures Thursday. Lows begin in the single digits, and only climb into the teens under mostly cloudy skies. A few more snow showers are likely Friday, with highs in the teens and low 20s.
The next organized storm heads our way with at least some snow Saturday night into Sunday.
The mountains will continue to see daily snow showers with a dusting-2" with each round.
-Meteorologist Michael Page