There will be some snow showers and flurries to start off today and there can be a coating to an inch of snow south of I-80, but around and north of 80 could see closer to 3 inches by the time it comes to an end as a cold front passes through. Clouds will then break for some sunshine behind the front, but there could be some lingering snowflakes. High temperatures Sunday will be in the 20s to around the 30-degree mark. Sunday night will be partly cloudy with low temperatures dropping into the teens and the low 20s. As we head into Monday, we will have increasing clouds with snow showers developing as another area of low pressure will move toward the region. High temperatures Monday will reach the lower and middle 30s. An arctic cold front will move through late Monday night into Tuesday morning. High temperatures will be early Tuesday, which will be in the upper 20s to the lower 30s. By the afternoon hours we will have temperatures in the teens. We will be dealing with snow showers and flurries and at times it can be heavy. Then much colder air will move into the area. Tuesday night will have low temperatures falling down to the lower and middle single digits. Wednesday will have high temperatures in the single digits, but the wind will help to make it feel much colder and it will be a frigid wind. We will be dealing with clouds and some sunshine along with some snow showers and flurries. Thursday will be a copy and paste day from Wednesday. We will have high temperatures in the single digits with a frigid wind with some snow showers and flurries. Friday we will have times of clouds and sunshine, but it will be cold with high temperatures not getting out of the lower and middle teens. We will continue to have times of clouds and sunshine and our high temperatures will be getting into the upper teens and the lower 20s.