Clouds blanket the area this evening. It will remain quiet and calm but cold. Winds are light to calm. Temperatures will fall from the low to mid 20’s to the upper teens.
Winds will pick up a bit during the day on the light side out of the west. We get some nice sunny breaks and temperatures should be warmer in the middle 30’s. Clouds increase late as the next front swings in. It is moisture starved but will provide a quick shot of colder, breezier conditions for Friday. Lows with the clouds around will dip to the low 20s for Friday morning.
Clouds should clear out bringing mostly sunny skies for the end of the week but with a brisk northerly wind, temperatures will be cold in the low 30s. Wind chills will run in the teens and 20’s. Over the weekend, we start out again under clear and cold conditions Saturday morning with lows in the upper teens. We see lots of sunshine for Saturday which will help to warm us to the mid 30’s after a brisk morning. Sunday, our next system comes marching eastward. It helps to set up a milder flow. Front swings in with little moisture but there are indications an area of low pressure may develop along it. We’ll have to watch for strength from the upper levels but it is possible we could see a few light flurries or snow showers overnight into Monday . Martin Lutheran King Jr. Day is looking dry with morning clouds and a sunny afternoon. Highs in the upper 30s but much colder air returns for Tuesday with lows back to the teens and highs only in the low 30s despite mostly sunny skies. A quick moving clipper may bring a few flurries or light snow showers Wednesday however, not seeing a lot of upper level support or moisture with the system. Temperatures will still be chilly but not as cold as we have seen this week.