A system passed south and east of the region early Wednesday morning giving around .40 inch of rain and in the city and as much as 1-3 inches of snow north and west of the city. A second cold front passed on Wednesday bringing cooler than normal temperatures for the rest of the week.
Skies will remain partly to mostly cloudy for the rest of the week as an upper level low north of the Great Lakes bringing down a series of weak disturbances. They will keep the clouds in the forecast and reinforce the cold air across our neck of the woods.
Temperatures will end up in the mid 40s during the afternoon but a northwesterly breeze will make it feel more like the 30s. The winds pick up gusting to 20 mph Thursday night making the 32 degrees overnight low feel more like 20 degrees.
The chill and the wind continues heading into Friday. Despite temperatures reaching 40 degrees, that gusty wind will keep it feeling more like 25 degrees in the afternoon.
The chill stick around on Saturday and Sunday with temperatures in the upper 30s but the next systems starts heading our way by Sunday night. That storm system could give a wintry mix during the onset before it changes over the rain by Monday morning.