The coldest air of the season will keep temperatures averaging a good 10-15 degrees below normal for the next couple of days. In fact, temperatures may dip into the single digits across the colder areas, especially where there is deep snow cover overnight. Again, the cold air will hang on Saturday with clouds rolling in ahead of a warm front by Saturday night into early Sunday. There could be a flurry or a snow shower that could coat the ground, but no major accumulations expect. Milder air moves into our area Sunday with skies clearing allowing for sun in the afternoon. Temperatures will warm nicely into the upper 40’s to near 50 by the afternoon hours, making for a welcome relief from the early cold and snow this year.
Today: Partly to mostly sunny, brisk and chilly. High: 30-35.
Tonight: Clear, very cold. Low: teens.
Saturday: Partly sunny, cold. High: 30’s.
Sat. Night: Mostly cloudy, chance for a flurry, snow shower. Low: 20’s
Sunday: Partly sunny, milder. High: 40’s
Monday: Sun and clouds, mild, chance for a late day shower. High: 45-50.
Tuesday: Partly sunny, blustery and chilly. High: 30’s
Wednesday: Partly sunny. High: 40’s.