We woke up to snow flurries and chilly temperatures.
We started off the morning close to our normal low for this time of year, in the 20s. But once you factor in the breeze, temperatures will feel more like the teens.
Snow showers will be light through the morning and early afternoon hours. Then later today, we will see a break from the snow as highs climb up near 30 degrees.
Snow showers will build back up tonight and a few flurries will stick around Sunday morning. Snow totals will be pretty light and only accumulate to about an inch.
Monday will be the warmest day of the week.
We’ll hit a high in the upper 30s, which is near normal for this time of year.
On Monday, we will see another chance for showers.
It will start off as rain early in the evening and then change over to snow as temperatures fall to the 20s overnight.
Tuesday will be the start of a big drop in temperature.
Highs will only reach the low to mid-20s, which is typical for our lows this time of year and then temperatures will fall below zero overnight.
With cloud cover sticking around through the day on Wednesday, temperatures will struggle to climb above zero, and will only reach about 5 degrees.
Wednesday night will be even colder with temperatures falling closer to 5 to 10 degrees below zero.