Today: Sunny, cold & breezy
Wind: NW 15-25 mph
Tonight: Mostly cloudy; chilly
Wind: NW/S 5-10 mph
The weekend will get off to a cold start, but warmer air returns to start the week.
Surface high pressure moves in for Saturday so expect mostly sunny skies. Winds will be brisk out of the northwest with gusts near 25 mph adding a chill to the air. Readings will be about 40° colder than last weekend with most areas not getting out of the 20s thanks to a little bit of snow on the ground.
Tonight, high pressure moves to the southeast and winds turn to the south with warmer air and clouds to return, however with a little bit of snow on the ground temperatures will be on the chilly side with teens and 20s and may start to rise by morning as the warmer air gets more established.
A system will pass to our south on Sunday which will continue to pump in some warmer air. Skies will be partly cloudy with readings in the upper 30s to lower 40s.
The mild air looks to stick around to start the week with 40s and possible 50s on Tuesday. A system will move through on Tuesday bringing chances for mostly rain with a possible transition to some snow on Wednesday as colder air moves in. Details still vary with this storm and will be better resolved in the coming days. Beyond that, temperatures look to cool down into the mid/upper 30s to end the week.
Meteorologist Brandon Marshall
Today's Record Temperatures