Showers will continue to be a part of our forecast today as an area of low pressure continues to advance towards the area though temperatures will be quite mild today with highs in the upper 30s expected.
This evening showers will begin to decrease but the clouds will remain as storm system number two begins to move towards the area which may bring a light snow chance come Saturday. However, at this time it appears the heaviest snowfall will remain to the east of the area. Temperatures will begin to crash though as the area of low pressure pulls away with highs starting out in the 30s and then moving into the 20s and then teens by late evening. Very windy conditions will develop as well during the day with gusts to 30 MPH likely.
Sunday is when we feel the full effects of the cold as high temperatures in the upper single digits to around 10 degrees are expected under mostly cloudy skies. Wind chills early Sunday morning will likely be below zero as the winds continue.
By Monday we’ll get back some sunshine but the cold continues with mid teens expected.
A clipper type system may impact the region come Tuesday with some light snow but as of right now it appears the heaviest stuff will remain to the north with just some clouds and windy conditions here.
Behind the system another reinforcement shot of arctic air arrives for Wednesday and we’re back in the teens. Temperatures will slowly moderate by the end of next week with dry conditions anticipated.