Overview: A WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY is in effect through Wednesday morning. Additional snowfall accumulations of a dusting to 1” of snow are possible through early Wednesday. Scattered snow will continue through early Wednesday, with snow tapering off late Wednesday into Thursday. Frigid temperatures continue this week, with lows in the single digits to lower teens, and highs in the 20s. Most of Valentine’s Weekend looks to be dry, with high temperatures only in the low to mid 20s.
TONIGHT: The frigid temperatures continue, with mostly cloudy skies, scattered snow showers, and overnight low temperatures around 14 degrees.
WEDNESDAY: Mostly cloudy skies and scattered snow showers will continue, with a cold high temperature of only 20 degrees.
WEDNESDAY NIGHT: Partly cloudy skies and frigid temperatures continue, with an overnight low temperature of 9 degrees.
THURSDAY: Partly cloudy skies return for Thursday, with a frigid high temperature of 25 degrees.
THURSDAY NIGHT: The winter chill continues with an overnight low temperature of 11 degrees.
FRIDAY: Partly to mostly cloudy skies will be around for Friday with the chance for scattered snow showers. High temperatures will be around 30 degrees.
FRIDAY NIGHT: A few flurries will linger into Friday night, with overnight low temperatures around 12 degrees.
SATURDAY: Partly cloudy skies and a few isolated snow showers will be possible, with a high temperature of 22 degrees.
SATURDAY NIGHT: Bundle up for early Sunday morning, as temperatures fall to 7 degrees, under partly cloudy skies.
VALENTINE’S DAY SUNDAY: Skies will be partly cloudy for your Valentine’s Day, with temperatures around 24 degrees.
SUNDAY NIGHT: Mostly cloudy skies and the chance for a few snow showers will be possible, with overnight low temperatures around 19 degrees.
MONDAY: Mostly cloudy skies and scattered snow showers will be around, with a high temperature of 32 degrees. There is still uncertainty as to just how cold it will be, and whether we could see a rain-snow mix, or impactful snow totals. Either way, we will need to keep a close watch on the weather forecast for Monday.
-Chief Meteorologist Jason Myers