What we’re tracking:
- Not quite so cold tonight
- Weekend snow chance
- Very cold end to 2017
Increasing cloud cover will spill over into tonight. As a blanket of clouds hang out overnight tonight into Thursday morning, temperatures won’t be able to crash quite as much. Overnight lows will bottom out in the upper single digits and low teens.
Slightly warmer weather moves back in for Thursday and Friday when temperatures will max out in the lower 30s. A partly cloudy sky for Thursday, but we will see more clouds than sun by Friday.
The final weekend of 2017 will see not only temperatures plummet once again, but a snow chance, as well. As of right now, the time frame for some snow to push through is late Saturday into Sunday morning. Models are still in disagreement, but an inch or two of snow may fall early Sunday.
Dangerously cold wind chills will then spread into the area for the New Year’s holiday weekend.
-KSNT Storm Track Chief Meteorologist Matt Miller