Low pressure will continue to track southeast, and as it does, the snow will taper off by midnight.
Snow totals will range from 1-6 inches, with the higher amounts southwest.
A north wind at 10-20 mph will blow the snow around out in the open country tonight and Thursday.
The clouds clear late tonight, with plenty of sunshine Thursday morning.
A few clouds will develop in the afternoon with a flurry or two possible.
As the sun sets, the clouds will clear and the wind will diminish. A very cold night is ahead.
By Friday morning, low temperatures will be in the teens below zero.
We are still tracking the chance of snow for Saturday evening through Sunday. More accumulating snow is possible.
Storm Track 7 Chief Meteorologist Mark Schnackenberg