Temps were frigid Tuesday morning, as most of the region woke up to numbers well below the 0 degree mark. Partial sunshine helped to bring us into the teens during the afternoon, but as the sun sets tonight, watch for light snow to arrive. Lows will dip close to the middle single digits, as winds become light.
The light snow continues Wednesday, as milder air mass enters. High temps will top off in the low-20s, while winds come out of the southwest at 5 to 10 miles per hour. Tomorrow night, we’ll notice skies remain overcast, but the snow should decrease. Low temps will fall between the low to mid teens, as winds lighten again.
Thursday, there will be a slight chance of flurries in the forecast, as temps approach the 30 degree plateau.