Mostly sunny, breezy, cold, mid 40’s
Mostly clear, cold, upper 20’s
Partly sunny, a bit milder, but a chilly breeze, low-to-mid 50’s
Mainly cloudy, mild, near 60; chance for a shower late at night
Mainly cloudy, showers possible, upper 50’s
Mainly cloudy, showers likely, mid 50’s
Mostly cloudy, still a shower threat, windy and turning cooler, near 50
Once again cold air will be short-lived around here as we’ll start a new warming trend this weekend following today’s chill. Despite plenty of sunshine today temperatures will be confined to the 40’s, but then should surpass 50 degrees on Saturday and tickle the 60 degree mark on Sunday afternoon. The weather becomes unsettled early next week with the threat for showers on Monday and Tuesday. Elsewhere, heavy snow will accumulate over the next two days from the Pacific Northwest and the northern Rockies to the Northern Plains as the first widespread snowstorm of the season affects that part of the country.