Starting our day with VERY cold temps in the teens and wind chills in the single digits. Also, seeing a few flurries across the area. We are not expecting any measurable snowfall today, but any moisture in the atmosphere definitely has the potential to fall as snow because of just how cold we are a the surface. Highs in the upper 20s and low 30s this afternoon with partly cloudy skies.
We stay dry until our next system moves in late Thursday night and gives us another rainy end to the work week. Rain lasts into early Saturday with a chance for a little wintry mix or a few snowflakes as the system moves out. Before that though, we could get up to an inch of rain with most of it falling on Friday.
Temps gradually warming up throughout the week so we won’t be dealing with this bitter cold for too much longer.
TODAY: Partly cloudy and still cold. High: 32. Wind: Light NW.
TONIGHT: Chilly and mostly clear. Low: 19. Wind: NE 5-10 mph.
TUESDAY: Partly cloudy and chilly. High: 37. Wind: Calm.
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