Donnelly Short Range
An upper level low will move eastward through the Great Lake region, providing the chance of snow throughout the day and into the overnight hours on Tuesday. The snow that does will either be scattered or widespread. There is the chance of snow squalls to occur, thus making driving difficult. Snow accumulation will be less than half an inch, but winds will be picking up through the duration of the day. Blowing snow could occur.
With the low moving eastward and out of the state, it will bring arctic air with it; thus, dropping the high temperatures into the upper teens. The winds will be strong as the wind chills are expected to be below zero. Bundle up if you're going outside. With the cold air advection pushing in, there will be sinking motion in the atmosphere which will generally prevent precipitation to form.
High pressure will push into the area, bringing drier conditions and clamer winds. However, high temperatures will be below average for this time of year. The sinking motion will persist through the rest of the week and into the weekend.