While we clean-up from the 2-6 inches of snow most of the KWWL viewing area received, high pressure will track in Tuesday -- bringing even more cold air to the region.
The winds will be strongest later Tuesday afternoon through Tuesday night and will cause some blowing snow, but the previously empty ditches will help out a bit.
The fluffy nature of the snow will still allow it to travel, but it should start to collect in the ditches, too.
Temperatures will be very cold Tuesday night with lows in the negative double digits and wind chills down to -35.
And the chills may go down to -40 tomorrow, with highs staying below zero.
A bit of a warm-up for Thursday, with a weak disturbance squeezing out a few snowflakes, but the parade of Arctic highs will continue through the weekend.
Storm Track 7 Meteorologist Eileen Loan