Snow will continue exiting the area coming into the late afternoon and early evening, leaving behind anywhere between a trace to 2" of fresh snow. A cold front associated with the system will help drop temperatures rapidly tonight. Overnight lows will fall into the single digits with wind chills near and below zero. Behind the front, high pressure will slip south of the international border and help clear clouds for Wednesday, as a warm front then approaches from the west. Temperatures are still on track to jump above the average and into the 30s Wednesday and Thursday with breezy conditions. By the end of the week, get ready for another cool-down as highs fall back into the low to mid teens on Friday, despite sunny skies. The weekend will start out with highs in the teens, steadily warming near-normal for Sunday. During this time, more significant chances for snow return, activity kicking off Saturday night and lasting through Sunday and even Monday.