Strong west to northwest winds are going to transport very cold air into our region before dying down late tonight. A ridge of high pressure will build in for Tuesday supplying us with plenty of sunshine but I don't expect temperatures to come close to freezing with most locations topping out in the low to mid 20s. As the high moves off to the east Tuesday night an approaching cold front will put increasing clouds in our sky with a few snow showers possible by Wednesday morning. The front should move through quickly with scattered snow showers popping up Wednesday and then another shot of cold air for Thursday. Friday is looking very interesting right now. All the computer models are indicating some kind of disturbance but they don't agree as to its strength. The American and Canadian models are pointing to a weaker system with only light snowfall while the European model is suggesting a much stronger storm and heavier snowfall. Right now there is no way of knowing which model is doing a better job so we'll just have to wait and see how things develop over the next several days.