Mostly sunny skies are expected today with highs on the warmer side in the upper 30s. Clouds will increase going into Thursday night with an arctic cold front approaching the region. The front will move through around midnight with snow showers possible as well as a snow squall. Wind gusts will pick up today into the weekend with gusts exceeding 30 mph at times. Snow accumulations will be on the light side with accumulations less than 1". Temperatures will fall through the single digits during the day Friday with wind chills dropping below zero. Bundle up if you head out the door tomorrow because frostbite could happen within a matter of minutes. Temperatures will fall into the negatives as we go into Friday night. Blistery and cold conditions will continue Saturday with highs slightly warmer in the lower 20s under mostly cloudy skies. Significantly warmer temperatures are likely heading into Sunday with highs in the low to mid-40s with cloudy conditions. A slight drop in temperatures Monday are expected with highs in the mid-30s under partly sunny skies. We will see above-average temperatures by mid-week in the mid-40s with a chance for showers by Wednesday.