Brisk winds and bitterly cold tonight with a few scattered flurries and lows ranging from the upper single digits to low teens. Wind chills will be in the single digits above and below zero under partly cloudy skies.
A mix of sun and clouds is expected for Friday with a little less wind and highs only around 20.
Cold air will linger for the weekend with nothing more than an odd flurry. Highs each day will be in the 20s.
Monday also looks quiet with highs around and just above 30.
Another artic cold front will then approach on Tuesday kicking up the wind and boosting our highs well into the 30s. Later in the day a few scattered wet snow showers will develop.
Bitterly cold air will then return on Wednesday with gusty winds and highs in the teens. The lake snow set up doesn’t look good from this early vantage point despite such cold air.
Highs will improve a little Thursday and Friday. Thursday looks quiet while a few snow showers look likely for Friday.