FORECAST UPDATED 2:10 PM SUNDAY
A pocket of clear skies and calm winds allowed temperatures to bottom out near -20° early this morning. We won't do that again for a while. Temperatures are now in the upper teens but occasional wind gusts over 20MPH are holding wind chills in the single digits.
Clouds have moved back in and they will let go of some snow showers later this evening. Current thinking is most of the area will see about an inch of really fluffy snow through Monday morning. That should be just enough to make things a little bit slick on the roads. temperatures will end up near 11° tonight.
Light flurries will linger into Monday morning. Southwest winds will continue to push warmer air into the area. Most of us should touch 25° with southwest winds becoming light and variable later in the day. We could break freezing on Tuesday with a few light snow showers around.
MAKE it a GREAT day!
Weather Forecaster Geoff Weller
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