Tonight: It's going to be another cold one overnight tonight, with lows falling down into the single digits and lower double digits with wind chills below zero. Snow will increase overnight as energy from an upper level low rotates into the area. Snow should stay light, but we could see an additional inch or two of accumulation.
Saturday: Temperatures will be a bit warmer on Saturday, but still well below normal, warming into the 20s during the afternoon. Skies remain cloud, and winds will blow from the south at 5-15 MPH -- resulting in wind chills between zero and 10°. Light snow will likely continue through the morning, before tapering off in the afternoon. Saturday night, skies remain cloudy with lows falling into the single digits and lower double digits.
Sunday: Much of the same on Sunday -- high temperatures in the 20s with a mix of sun and clouds with scattered light snow showers. Snow chances will increase into Sunday evening and into the overnight hours where lows are expected to bottom out in the single digits and teens.
Monday: As the upper level low finally begins to depart the area, we'll be coming into the end of our cold and snowy pattern. But, for the day on Monday, highs will still only warm into the upper 20s and lower 30s with morning snow showers. Winds will also become a bit blustery during the day. Overnight, winds will continue to be a bit strong with lows in the teens and 20s.
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