Mostly cloudy with a few light snow showers

ARCTIC BLAST ARRIVES LATER THIS WEEK

Arctic blast of cold settles across the area Thursday

Tuesday is quiet with partly sunny skies and highs mainly in the 30s with a few spots touching 40 degrees.  Get ready to layer up!!! The next more potent system arrives Wednesday followed by a punch of frigid air.  A few light snow showers possible with highs in the middle 30s.

Temperatures take a tumble!

Temperatures take a tumble!

Temperatures dive for Thursday as morning lows tank into the teens and highs only muster the lower 20s. The winds pick up keeping wind chills in the single digits and teens. Friday morning is frigid with single digit morning lows! Plenty of sunshine but highs only climb to the lower 20s.   Clouds begin to increase ahead of our next system.  It could bring a little of everything over the weekend.

Temperatures dive for Thursday as morning lows tank into the teens and highs only muster the lower 20s. The winds pick up keeping wind chills in the single digits and teens. Friday morning is frigid with single digits morning lows! Plenty of sunshine but highs only climb to the lower 20s.   Clouds begin to increase ahead of our next system.  It could bring a little of everything over the weekend.

ANOTHER SYSTEM FOR THE WEEKEND

Another wintry mess heads in along with rain showers at some point both Saturday and Sunday.  Before any transition to a mix, we could pick up accumulating snow early morning Saturday. Temperatures climb to the 30s to begin the weekend, then slowly climb overnight into Sunday well into the 40s.  It’s a wet second half with rain showers expected as a cold front sweeps through followed by colder air which arrives for the beginning of the week.  We’ll continue to update the forecast details throughout the week and bring you the latest on the type of precipitation and timing.  Monday looks quiet with high pressure bringing sunshine and drier but colder conditions to begin the week.

A weekend with everything!

A weekend with everything!

Stay with FOX43 Weather for updated changes to the forecast through the rest of the week!

Have a good day!

MaryEllen Pann,

Chief Meteorologist