There is no question that the weather pattern is about to undergo another round of changes this week. We are sitting in the throws of a bitter cold air mass today and tonight in the wake of yesterday's snow. The structure of the upper air jet stream is shifting as the vortex in Canada and trough in the east pulls out and once again the ridge in the Southeast US flexes its muscle. Cold air pulls out and milder air arrives beginning Wednesday and taking us into Friday.
With regards to Tuesday we will see the possibility of some rain or showers later Tuesday into Tuesday night as the warmer arrives. There could be some mix precipitation at the start Tuesday afternoon but other than that, we don't see any issues. Temperatures Wednesday into Friday will be heading into the 50s in many locations.
Next weekend I think we see a few things happening. For one there will be some colder air attempting to move southward from Canada which will allow high pressure to build in from the north. Weather models all seem to want to have something coming out of the south in the form of a wave and overrunning. I think the idea of something next weekend is reasonable but the devil is going to be in the details...read more at http://www.meteorologistjoecioffi.com/index.php/2017/01/08/snow-melts-later-this-week-but/