Much of the state remains under a Winter Weather Advisory into early Wednesday morning. There will be some additional snow accumulations through this evening. Roads will be slick and snow packed.
Along with falling snow, temperatures have fallen as well. Temperatures will struggle to get out of the single digits today, with some locations below zero. These very cold temperatures will stick around for the next several days in a row. In fact, temperatures will continue to tumble tonight and into Wednesday at which time many locations may not even see zero for daytime highs tomorrow. A Wind Chill Advisory has been posted for the far northeast corner from midnight through 12 noon on Thursday. Wind chills there will be from 20 to 35 degrees below zero.
Other than being very cold, the weather on Wednesday will be fairly quiet. The snow will have moved out, but there may still be a few flurries from time to time.
The trough of low pressure will stay overhead on Thursday, which will make for continued very cold conditions. Within this trough a weather disturbance will be rolling through which will allow for scattered snow showers to redevelop, especially in the south.