TONIGHT: Skies will remain partly cloudy tonight as temperatures continue to drop through the night. Overnight lows by morning will drop into the upper teens with wind chills in the lower teens. Winds will be out of the northwest 6-10 mph.
SATURDAY: Although we’ll see some sunshine mixed with clouds, it will stay cold with high temperatures only reaching the lower 30s. Fortunately, the wind will stay rather light and wind chills will only be a few degrees colder than the actual temperature.
EXTENDED: We’ll drop into the lower 20s Saturday night as winds shift to the south, ushering in warmer temperatures for Sunday. With sunshine and a southerly breeze, afternoon highs will reach the low to mid 40s. Clouds will increase late in the day ahead of the next storm system which will pass to our south. This will spread rain in from the southwest Sunday night with showers increasing after 10 PM. Temperatures will stay above freezing Sunday night and roads will stay wet. The unsettled weather continues early Monday with a chance of rain for the first half of the day with highs reaching the low 40s. It looks dry Monday evening to head out and ring in the New Year with the temperature at midnight at 25 with a wind chill of 15. It looks bitterly cold for New Year’s Day with high temperatures only reaching the mid 20s. Wind chills will start off in the single digits Tuesday morning and stay in the teens in the afternoon as the cold breeze continues. Temperatures will slowly warm as we head through next week, reaching the lower 40s again by Thursday. Watch ABC 17 News for the latest on the upcoming changes and check back here for updates.