Partly cloudy for the rest of today and seasonably cold followed by partly to mostly cloudy skies Wednesday with a chance for flurries. Snow then develops during the late morning hours Thursday and continues, but tapers off a bit, overnight Thursday with snow showers likely re-developing again by Friday afternoon and evening. There is a good chance for six inches or more at Main by Saturday morning.
Dry weather returns Saturday except for a chance for a late afternoon showers, then scattered afternoon showers are expected each afternoon starting on Sunday and into the middle part of next week under seasonably cold temps with very minor accumulations possible, but not powder conditions.
There is a slight chance for organized snowfall toward the end of next week, then fair and warmer weather is expected over the Memorial Day weekend (which will likely be the closing weekend).