Arctic blast on the way
Tonight: Cooler temperatures push into our area for the overnight hours. Most locations will sit in the low to mid 20s across the state. Windchill factors will make temperatures feel more like the teens. Very light snow showers can be expected until 10 pm.
Friday: Highs tomorrow will remain in the lower 40s. Partly cloudy skies will accompany these mild temperatures. Friday is one of the better days to get out and enjoy before very frigid temperatures push into our area.
7-day Forecast: A major shift in our current weather pattern takes place after Sunday. Temperatures cut nearly in half as a blast of Arctic air pushes into our area. The combination of frigid temperatures and moisture in the environment is bringing us our next snowfall on Sunday. Sunday's snow looks to last throughout the duration of the day. If traveling over the weekend, take caution on Sunday.
---Weather Forecaster Liz Szewczyk
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