While the next couple of days continue to predominantly offer wind from the northwest, there is a westerly quadrant that will produce temperatures ranging above 0. For now, we'll call that a win. This evening, there's the potential for a disturbance to roll through with a band of snow, which may trigger 2-4 cm of the white stuff. Thursday will be hands-down the warmest, as an upper high sweeps up and in for the day.
Tuesday: Partly cloudy, chance of pm flurries, high 2 Wednesday: Mainly sunny, high 3 Thursday: Partly cloudy, high 12 Friday: AM rain, PM snow, high 3 Saturday: Flurries, high -3