WEDNESDAY: Another shot at some light snow moving in this morning. That will stick with us off and on throughout the day. Slick spots will be possible with highs only topping out in the teens. Snowfall amounts look to be fairly light, however. New accumulations look to be around a trace.
TONIGHT: That chance for snow will stick around tonight, but stay fairly light. Any slick spots that redevelop this afternoon would stick around tonight with lows nearing 10.
EXTENDED: Those light snow showers will taper off Thursday afternoon. Not much more accumulation will be expected, but still take it slow out on the roads through the morning. Highs on Thursday look stuck in the upper teens. Friday looks a bit cooler with wind chills flirting with negative numbers all day long. Saturday and Sunday look to be the brunt of the cold air. A chance at some snow will move in initially on Saturday but the details are still a bit murky. Highs will be in the single digits Sunday and we very well might stay out of the double digits Saturday as well. Overnight lows are where this becomes dangerous, around 5 below both nights. With wind chills in the 15-20 below range, frostbite can occur in 30 minutes or less. Try to stay out of this cold, check on neighbors that might be susceptible, and if you need to get out, cover all exposed skin. We’re going to be starting out next week below freezing, and likely staying there most of it.