Temperatures have struggled to warm up today through the 30s after a very chilly start. Clouds have been clearing through the day, and we will see clear skies through the overnight and into our Saturday. Winds will shift southwest through the overnight and help to warm us into the 50s through the weekend.
A series of cold front will make their return next week. The first one is late Sunday into Monday which may give us a shower, but will knock highs back into the 40s. Cold front number two will arrive into Tuesday and really plummet temperatures to perhaps the coldest of the year.
Another cold blast from the arctic is coming our direction, and Wednesday could potentially be the coldest day of the winter with highs perhaps struggling to get out of the 20s and lows could drop into the single digits. There are still some questions about the strength of the cold air that will make it here. We will be cold, but the exact strength of the cold air is still a question at this point.
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