After a wildly warm 24 hours that also featured tropical storm wind gusts and very heavy downpours, Winter is back from vacation and temps are returning to normal levels. Gusty winds remain but they are now out of a new direction…the WNW…temps are on the decline and by morning will settle into the 20s! Along with the cold temps, a weak disturbance may trigger a few flurries from time to time both tonight and tomorrow. NW winds will keep the chill around through the weekend while we plot our next chance for any accumulating snow. On Sunday, a clipper type system will slide out of the Lakes and transfer energy to a new low along the coast where the new storm will strengthen into a sizable storm over the ocean. How quickly this occurs is still in question and therefore getting specific with snow amounts is too difficult at this time. But snow should break out midday on Sunday and the coast has the best chance at seeing accumulating snow and perhaps several inches.