ANOTHER ROUND OF COLD: Another burst of arctic air has settled into the region, bringing frigid morning temperatures in the teens. Cold breezes make wind chill values feel like the single digits. Some lake effect clouds and flurries are around too, especially along the northwestern portion of the area. As the flow shifts, the clouds break, leading to plenty of sunshine during the afternoon. It stays frigid and breezy too. Highs are contained to the 20s, with wind chill values in the teens and even single digits at times! Some overnight flurries are possible late Wednesday night as another wave of energy moves through. Thursday brings a mixture of clouds and some sunshine. Highs slowly moderate, with readings in the lower to middle 30s. Clouds thicken Friday ahead of our next system. It’s even milder, with readings in the lower to middle 40s on Friday.
THIS WEEKEND: The weekend forecast is going to be 50/50. Showers are expected overnight Friday and into Saturday morning before clouds break during the afternoon. Skies are partly sunny Sunday as a weak, quick moving system approaches. A few flurries are possible too. Expect temperatures to fall from the lower 40s on Saturday to near the freezing mark on Sunday.
NEXT WEEK: Monday is a colder day, with highs back into the 20s. Skies are partly sunny. There’s a little more sun on Tuesday, but the cold lingers. Highs are in the upper 20s to near 30 degrees.
Have a great Wednesday!