The three models I primarily use (The GFS, ECMWF, and FNMOC), all show two fronts coming through next week. It will probably be cold and windy with both frontal passages, but the coldness of the air mass is trending less intense than this week's big chill.
However, we'll be right on the edge of the jet stream flow, with a deep upper low to the east and a ridge to the west. A westward jog in the low's position would shift the deeper cold our way (more below map).
For now I'm forecasting lows in the 20s and highs in the 40s for next week behind these two fronts. As for snow, the models are all over the road, but in general a fairly dry atmosphere suggests any precipitation would be light.