Snow is in the forecast for this week and when sledders head out on the trails, they'll notice some welcome changes. The changes have everything to do with warmth and comfort.  Harold Kihn, President of the Southeast SnoRiders Club, tells us 2 shelters are being upgraded right now.  Volunteers are also hard at work preparing trails for sledding.  He hopes snowmobile enthusiasts will be respectful of private property surrounding many of the trails.  In the past, the club has lost some trails due to snow machines straying from the groomed trails and wrecking private land.  As for the forecast, we can expect to see the white stuff start falling Tuesday afternoon and there's a 30% chance of flurries for Wednesday with a high of +1.