Any lingering flurries will come to an end this evening. High pressure will begin to settle into the Midwest overnight, allowing skies to become partly cloudy. Temperatures will tumble, bottoming out a few degrees below zero (again) by the time you wake up tomorrow morning. Winds will be light from the north overnight, but wind chills will still be as low as -10° at times. Make sure you wear your extra layers!
High pressure remains in control for Friday, providing for a mixture of clouds and sunshine. It will be a quiet, but still cold, end to the work week with highs only reaching the middle teens by afternoon (our average high should be near 40°!). We’ll see another very cold start to the day on Saturday before climbing into the 20s during the afternoon.
All eyes are on Sunday as a storm system approaches. The latest forecast models suggest we’ll be on the colder side with most of the precipitation falling as snow, though a bit of mix may be possible. There is still a bunch of uncertainty with this storm, but early indications are that 3-6″ of snow could be possible. This could change, so keep checking back for updates!
Tonight: Becoming partly cloudy. Very cold.
Low: -4° (wind chills to -10°)
Winds: N 3-7 mph
Friday: A mix of sun & clouds. Still cold.
Winds: NW 5-10 mph
Friday Night: Partly cloudy and very cold.
Winds: W/SW 3-5 mph
Saturday: Partly cloudy and a bit warmer.
Winds: S/SE 5-10 mph