Winds are still howling and making it quite cold. It feels like the low teens. They will continue breezy through the evening before relaxing overnight so bundle up if you are headed out to start your weekend.
A parade of weak clipper systems will march through the area this weekend and early next week.
The first will arrive tomorrow. Light snow is possible as we head into the late afternoon and evening. It will continue through Sunday as pieces of energy pulls east of us Sunday. Right now a dusting to an inch total is possible. Should not be a big deal but of course could make roads a bit slick saturday night so keep it in mind if you are heading out.
High temperatures will be very cold to start in the morning with lows in the teens and only rebounding to the upper 20s under increasing clouds.
Sunday, skies will be mainly cloudy with scattered light snow showers possible, highs in the low 30s.
Next quick moving system comes in Monday into Tuesday, again producing some light snow for the area. Highs both days will be in the low 30s.
A bump in temps mid-week but only to seasonal averages in the upper 30s. Yet another system comes in towards the end of the week with a chance for early morning snow on Friday.