Overview: Gusty winds and MUCH colder temperatures develop for Wednesday, with high temperatures only reaching the mid 30s. Dry, yet frigid temperatures continue for Thursday and Friday, with lows in the upper teens and highs in the mid to upper 30s. Snow to a rain-snow mix will be possible beginning Friday night and continuing through the weekend. Snowfall accumulations are possible, which may impact travelers this weekend. The frigid temperatures continue into next week.
TONIGHT: Much colder air returns tonight, with partly cloudy skies and overnight low temperatures around 30 degrees.
WEDNESDAY: Colder air returns, with a high of 35 degrees on Wednesday, under mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies. At times we may have snow flurries, yet no accumulations are expected.
WEDNESDAY NIGHT: Clearing skies and frigid temperatures develop, with a low of 17 degrees.
THURSDAY: Mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies continue for Thursday, with a high temperature of 34 degrees.
THURSDAY NIGHT: Mostly clear skies and frigid temperatures continue, with a low temperature of 18 degrees.
FRIDAY: Partly cloudy skies develop for Friday, with high temperature of 38 degrees.
FRIDAY NIGHT: Clouds increase with the chance for snow showers, as overnight low temperatures cool to 27 degrees.
SATURDAY: Scattered snow showers to a rain-snow mix will be possible during the day, with the chance for an accumulating snow that may impact roads and travelers. Saturday high temperatures will be around 36 degrees.
SATURDAY NIGHT: Snow showers may linger, with overnight low temperatures around 29 degrees.
SUNDAY: Snow showers to a rain-snow mix may linger into Sunday, with a high temperature of 35 degrees.
SUNDAY NIGHT: Mostly cloudy skies and freezing cold temperatures continue, with a low of 26 degrees.
MONDAY: Partly to mostly cloudy skies and cold temperatures continue with a high of 34 degrees. A few snow showers will be possible.
MONDAY NIGHT: Partly cloudy skies develop, with a low of 25 degrees.
TUESDAY: Partly to mostly cloudy skies develop, with a high of 39 degrees.
-Chief Meteorologist Jason Myers