Clear and bitterly cold with wind chills of -5° to -15°
8am: Sunny 5°
10am: Sunny 9°
12 Noon: Sunny 13°
ONE MORE BITTER DAY:
Last night was our coldest night since February 11, 2011! Despite seeing sunshine today, highs will only manage to reach into the mid to upper teens. Wind chills will range in the -5° to -15° range at times. It won’t be quite as cold tonight as a southerly wind flow will keep overnight lows in the low to mid teens.
MID WEEK WARMUP:
Southerly winds will help temperatures rise above freezing on Wednesday, but a new series of disturbances arrive with more chances for some wintry weather. The precipitation may start Wednesday night as a rain/sleet/freezing rain mix but change to all rain as temps warm above freezing Thursday.
After the Arctic outbreak leaves, a big moderation in temperature is expected by Friday with readings rising into the 40s, then into the 50s for the weekend. However, there will be chances for rain early in the weekend and again on Monday.
Sunny, Not as Cold…High 18, winds SW-10
Clear, Not as Cold…Low 14, winds S-6
Mostly Sunny and Much Warmer…High 38, winds S-11