Tuesday has been a bitterly cold day with arctic air in place over the region. Morning lows began near or below 0 with wind chill values between -10 to -20. Highs only reached the single digits Tuesday afternoon despite sunny skies with wind chill values remaining near or below 0. Air temperatures will drop near or below 0 by midnight Tuesday night but start to tick upwards into Wednesday morning as our wind shift out of the south. This will take highs back into the low 30s by Wednesday afternoon with increasing clouds and the chance for light snow showers during the day. We’ll warm a little more on Thursday with highs in the mid to upper 30s with cloudy skies and the chance of light snow showers. Cold air will begin to work back in on Friday with a chance of light snow during the day as low pressure moves by offshore. We’ll see sunny but bitter cold conditions for the weekend with highs back down into the teens and single digits and lows near or below 0.
-Meteorologist Tyler Southard