A weak cold front has moved into the region and will promote some clouds and steady temps, near the freezing mark, throughout the day. It'll be breezy with northwesterlies developing at 10 to 15 MPH this afternoon.
Skies will partially clear overnight, becoming partly cloudy, and it will grow cold with lows in the teens. Tomorrow offers sunshine and highs in the low and mid 30's. We will also see some stronger winds developing to deliver some raw windchills in the low and mid 20's.
Things will get much milder on Saturday with early sunshine and strong winds from the southwest. Highs will top out in the lower 40's by early afternoon as skies begin to cloud up. Towards late evening the Arctic troublemaker heads our way.
This cold front will usher in light but accumulating snow showers Saturday night and Sunday. Brisk winds out of the north will deliver an Arctic airmass and temps will fall like a rock during the day Sunday for a frigid start to the next work week. Highs Monday and Tuesday will not get out of the teens with windchills in the single digits for most of both days. The rest of the work week won't be a whole lot warmer.