TONIGHT: Clouds don’t budge as temperatures fall back into the mid 20s. Snow flurries are possible overnight, turning to light snow showers early Tuesday morning. A light breeze will generate wind chills of 18-21 degrees by morning.
TUESDAY: Clouds will stick around and intermittent snow showers are possible through the morning, but that threat lies mainly east of HWY 63 with only a dusting of snow possible in spots. High temperatures will only make it to near freezing. A west breeze at 5-10 mph will make it feel like the low 20s in the afternoon.
EXTENDED: Wednesday, we’re tracking a warm front lifting through the area which will help break up some of the cloud cover and boost temperatures to near 40 degrees. The sunshine and warming will be short-lived as our next cold front is quick to follow Thursday. This will bring snow chances for Wednesday night into Thursday morning, ushering in cold air behind it. Minor snow accumulation is possible Thursday with anywhere from a dusting to an inch and a half. Highs will reach the lower 30s Thursday early in the day but fall into the 20s by 6 PM and into the upper teens by early Friday morning. We’ll stay below freezing through early Sunday morning. A southern storm system will bring a chance of snow south of I-70 by late Saturday afternoon and Saturday night. Stay with ABC 17 News as we continue to track the latest details on the changing conditions.