We’re going to see wind chills continue to fall today (WED) as an arctic blast moves in from Canada. National Weather Service Meteorologist Brent Hewett says as for snow:

“That is one of the more minor things with this. We do see a band of snow that will develop with that arctic cold front moving down Wednesday evening. It looks generally an inch or less for most of the state. It’s not going to be very powerful but it could be enough to cause some slick conditions on the roads Wednesday evening.”

Dangerous wind chills are expected to blanket the state through Friday morning.