Tonight we will become mostly cloudy as an area of low pressure will be moving toward our region with some flurries possibly developing late. It will be a cold night as our low temperatures will range from the middle single digits to the lower teens.
As we head through tomorrow, we will have more clouds than sunshine with flurries around and some snow showers in the higher elevations. It will be a chilly day though as our high temperatures will only reach into the lower and middle 20s, with some spots struggling to get out of the teens. Saturday night will remain rather cloudy with some flurries. Low temperatures will be falling down into the lower and middle teens. As we end the weekend on Sunday, we will continue to have plenty of clouds around along with some snow showers and flurries. High temperatures Sunday will be in the 20s to around the 30-degree mark. Monday will not be much different from the Saturday and Sunday as the clouds will continue to hang tough and there will be some snowflakes flying around. It will however be a seasonable day with our high temperatures in the lower to middle 30s. An arctic front will pass through Monday night and into Tuesday morning bringing us snow showers and flurries. High temperatures Tuesday will be lower and middle 30s early and then dropping throughout the day. Low temperatures Tuesday night will fall down into the single digits. Wednesday will be bitter cold with a frigid wind on top of that. High temperatures will be in the single digits to the lower teens. We will also have clouds and sunshine with some scattered snow showers and flurries around. Thursday will be another bitter cold day with a frigid wind. High temperatures will not get out of the single digits and there will once again be some snow showers and flurries around. Friday we will have times of clouds and sunshine with our high temperatures in the lower to middle teens.