THURSDAY: Temperatures have only fallen into the low 30s this morning, so with that head start we'll make it into the low 50s later today. That will come at the price of some breezy conditions and some cloud cover throughout much of the day—some gusts could reach up to 35 mph.
TONIGHT: It will settle back down overnight with temperatures falling to near the freezing mark.
EXTENDED: We get another quiet afternoon on Friday with highs making another run toward 50 to close out the workweek. But we'll flip the switch to a more active pattern this weekend. The first disturbance rolls in Friday night. This one is fairly weak, but could be enough to get some light showers or a few flurries going overnight but we're not expecting any worries on the roads. Those showers/flurries will have a chance to stick through the day on Saturday with highs only managing the upper 30s. Sunday we'll be tracking our second storm system in as many days. Temperatures will stay cold throughout the day as we stay on the north side of this system, but could see enough moisture sent our direction that accumulating snow is possible. It's still a little too early to tell who could see the highest amounts and how much snow we could be talking, but impacts to the roads look to be a possibility into Monday morning. Behind this system, it looks to get cold either way, with or without accumulating snow. Stay tuned to the forecast this weekend, as it will likely change.