WEDNESDAY: Snow will slowly exit the area later this morning. Here's a way to check the radar before heading out in the morning. It will be chilly throughout the day with afternoon highs only managing the middle 30s. A steady northwest wind will drop feels like temperatures into the low to mid 20s. We'll manage to mix in some sun later today as clouds start to move out.
TONIGHT: With those clouds having left us, overnight lows will fall to near 20 degrees. Wind chills will be in the teens tomorrow morning, so you'll want the heavy coat again.
EXTENDED: Sunshine gets us out the door Thursday but clouds move in by the afternoon. This is ahead of our next, fast-moving, system. We could pick up some sprinkles or light flurries Thursday night, but not much more. We stay quiet Friday with highs in the 40s again, before warming back up for Saturday and Sunday. Weekend temperatures look to make it back into the mid to upper 50s while staying dry. Saturday looks to feature more sunshine, but Sunday has a better chance at getting to 60. Our next meaningful chance of rain greets us into next week.