A Wind Chill Advisory is in effect until noon today with wind chills dropping to -10 to -25 degrees.
Ample sunshine won’t help raise temperatures much today.
More arctic air is moving into the region and that will likely keep temperatures from warming back up to the double digits this afternoon.
Mostly clear skies tonight are expected to allow temps to fall below zero before possibly rising slightly before daybreak Friday.
We’ll see much more cloud cover Friday, but warmer temperatures with highs in the low 20s.
A quick round of snow is expected Friday night with accumulations of 1-2 inches possible. More snow is forecast for late in the day Saturday with more accumulations expected as highs reach the low 20s once again.
A more significant snow is possible Sunday.
The exact track of a storm system moving out of the plains will be monitored to see where the best chances for snow lie and where the heaviest accumulations are likely to fall.