It was a harsh winter afternoon Thursday, as the majority of the region saw temps remain below zero. Tonight under clear skies, temps will drop quickly as the arctic air sticks around. Lows will find their way between -20 to -25, while winds weaken.
Friday, temps will bounce back as clouds thicken late accompanied by a few flurries. High temps will top off in the upper lower teens, while winds turn out of the south at 10 to 20 miles per hour. Tomorrow night, light snow showers increase across the area. Low temps will fall around the mid single digits, with southwest winds at 5 to 15 miles per hour. Snow lingers on Saturday, before yet another surge of arctic air enters late Sunday.