This low pressure system, which will move in early Monday morning, will bring a warm front that'll generate some snow showers up in Wisconsin.
However, this cold front will be what pushes that snow into our area Monday evening. At this point it's only expected to last a couple hours, not as long as it did Friday night, so accumulations will more than likely be smaller.
Along with that, we've got a pattern set up next week that will allow for multiple systems to pass through our area. Thus, the multiple snow chances.
The eastern portion of the U.S. is influenced by this extension of the Polar Vortex. This is allowing the jet stream to dip down into the deep south, keeping much of the eastern U.S. with wintry weather.
This setup will allow the jet stream to travel over our area, which will allow any system that forms to pass over us. This pattern will stay active through most of next week, keeping those snow chances with us into next weekend.