Cold and Blustery Day
Temperatures will continue to fall from the teens into the single digits Friday with wind chills dipping below zero. A few snow showers cannot be ruled out during the day with partly sunny skies expected. Wind chills could go as cold as 20 below zero going into Friday night with low temperatures dropping into the single digits below zero. Wind chill advisories are in effect from 7 AM this morning until Saturday at noon for the bitterly cold wind chills. Wind chills will warm up as we head into Saturday and the cold arctic air mass moves off to the Northeast. Winds will shift our of the Southwest and warm temperatures Saturday into the low to mid-20s. Clouds will increase Saturday with mostly cloudy skies expected Sunday. Significantly warmer temperatures are likely Sunday with highs in the mid-40s. A slight cool down is expected Monday as a cold front passes by the region dropping highs into the mid-30s followed by warmer temperatures expected into the mid-week. Highs will be in the mid to upper-40s Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday. There is a chance for showers Tuesday with fair skies on Wednesday. Clouds will increase as we look into Thursday.