Snow is gone, but the cold is staying


The snow is out of here, so the frigid air will not be the weather story this weekend. Lows overnight will drop around 10 degrees with some locations in the single digits. You’ll be waking up to wind chills just above zero for your Sunday morning. Expect mostly sunny skies through a good portion of the day Sunday with late increasing clouds. Highs temperatures Sunday will only top out in the mid 20s. Lows Sunday night will drop into the upper teens. Expect mostly cloudy skies Monday and a chance for snow showers as a cold front drops into the region. Snow activity will mainly be confined to the afternoon and evening, but some light snow and flurries are possible for the start of the day. Accumulations will be light and look to stay under 1 inch. Highs Monday will make it into the mid 30s before the front brings in another blast of arctic air. Lows by Monday night will drop near the single digits with some snow showers lingering. Light snow is possible Tuesday morning, but mainly east as the front continues to push toward the east coast. The main story Tuesday will be the returning cold as highs only reach the mid teens and lows around 0 degrees. Temperatures remain in the teens Wednesday under partly cloudy skies. Highs make it back into the low 30s Thursday with mostly sunny skies and continue to warm Friday with highs in the low 40s. We could hit 50 by Saturday and the mid 50s Sunday. By Sunday though, it looks like we’ll see our next chance for rain.

-Meteorologist Elise Dolinar