TONIGHT: Mainly clear and very cold.
Winds: Northwest 5-15 | Gust 25 mph
TUESDAY: Mostly sunny. Continued cold.
Winds: Northwest to South 5-10 mph
WEDNESDAY: Cloudy, Isolated AM Rain, Widespread Rain Develops
Winds: South 5-10 mph
After topping out in the 20s today, temperatures will tumble rather quickly again this evening. We'll still be breezy, so keep your pets indoors and know the signs of hypothermia and frostbite. Dress in layers, if you're headed out this evening. Under clear skies, temperatures tonight will fall into the teens with wind chills in the single digits and below zero for some.
The extreme cold begins to lose its grip tomorrow with temperatures climbing just above freezing by the afternoon with lighter winds and added clouds by the afternoon. Clouds will continue to increase tomorrow night ahead of our next weather maker.
Rain returns Wednesday with temperatures climbing to around 50 degrees! The heaviest rain is expected overnight and rain will likely continue into Thursday, as a cold front slides through. Temperatures will start off Thursday morning in the 50s, but will fall into the 40s by the afternoon. The cold is back by Friday with highs only in the upper 30s.
The weekend looks generally quiet with a slight warming trend back into the low 40s, near normal, by Sunday.
Today's Record Temperatures