The snow will start to taper to flurries today and come to an end as the low-pressure pulls away and high pressure start to build in. Clouds will start to break from the north and continue south through Sunday and Sunday night. There will be some flurries lingering in the southern portion of the area until later Sunday. Sunday will be a cold day as our high temperatures will once again not get out of the 20s. Sunday night will be cold as we will have a partially clear sky as our low temperatures will fall into the lower and middle teens. High pressure will be with us most of the week bringing us a stretch of dry weather. Monday and Tuesday, we will each have a blend of clouds and sunshine with our high temperatures in the lower and middle 30s. We will continue to have a mix of clouds and sunshine as we head through Wednesday, but there is a small chance for a flurry. High temperatures will be in the 30s. Thursday will be a chilly day with high temperatures in the 20s to around 30 degrees under times of clouds and sunshine. Friday will then turn out to be variably cloudy with snow showers or flurries. High temperatures will again be in the lower and middle 30s. Saturday right now is looking to be mostly cloudy with snow showers and flurries and high temperatures in the 30s.