Scattered flurries will wind down throughout the morning, and any snow will cause little to no road issues, said Meteorologist Rich Wirdzek.
No accumulation is expected. A gusty west breeze will continue to usher in cold air as highs only reach the mid-20s this afternoon, he said.
Clear skies and seasonably cold temperatures with lows in the mid teens are expected tonight.
Morning sun will quickly give way to clouds Thursday. Snow showers will arrive in the afternoon with a small accumulation of .5 to one inch possible into the evening. Highs Thursday will be near freezing, and roads will become more slick after sunset.
More snow showers are expected at times Friday with another small accumulation possible. Cold temperatures near 20 in the morning will allow for slicker roads for the morning commute.