ARCTIC AIR: We’re amidst several waves of arctic air expected over the next week or so. Today, we’re starting in the teens with single digit chills. The northwesterly breeze continues with a good amount of sunshine. We make it to the upper 20s to near 30° for highs. Overnight, we’re back to near 10° with clouds returning.
CLIPPER: Another clipper rides in for Thursday. Expect clouds to thicken through the day Thursday with highs nearing 32°. Snow showers will glide in later in the day and into the evening. We only expect a few inches at best here. Friday, any snow tapers early with highs holding near 30° before another arctic blast slides in. It’s a windy day with clouds breaking late.
WEEKEND: The frigid air arrives through Saturday morning with temps starting in the single digits and chills in the negatives. We rebound only to near 20° despite the sunshine. Gusty winds fade late as high pressure builds in. We start Sunday on a frigid note as well with temps near 12°. Clouds rush in and our next storm system moves in from the south. Expect a shot at snow lasting overnight Sunday into Monday. More to come as the weekend approaches.
NEXT WEEK: Any snow ends Monday as we top out in the upper 20s before another arctic plunge slams in for Tuesday.
Make it a wonderful Wednesday.
“Things work out best for those who make the best of how things work out.” – John Wooden