Temperatures will rise from the teens we seen overnight into the upper 20s by Wednesday afternoon. Partly sunny skies will stick around into Thursday as high pressure remains over the region. Highs will top out at 38 degrees before an arctic cold front will drop temperatures into Friday morning. The cold front will move through overnight Thursday and there is the chance for some snow showers with it. Gusty winds are likely as well, creating the potential for snow squalls. Temperatures will fall from the teens on Friday throughout the day down into the negatives heading into Friday night. Wind chills will likely drop to 20 below zero at times causing the temperatures to feel colder than they actually are. Bundle up this Friday as frostbite could happen within a matter of minutes as you head out the door. Bitterly cold conditions stick around Saturday with highs in the upper teens and lower 20s under partly sunny skies. Dry weather is likely this weekend with mostly cloudy skies Sunday and highs on the warmer side in the lower 40s. A weak cold front will drop temperatures slightly into Monday with highs in the upper 30s under partly sunny skies. Clouds will increase on Tuesday with highs in the low to mid-40s with a chance for showers developing later in the day.