The deep chill arrives on Wednesday sticking around through Thursday. Temperatures are forecast to be in single digits for the start of Thursday with highs staying in the teens. Timing of another front that will briefly pull through will determine just how cold we remain on Thursday.
As we head into the weekend temperatures will slowly warm. Tuesday will mark the fifth straight day with temperatures failing to hit the 30s. We will likely stretch the streak to 7 with us finally hitting the 30s on Friday. The warming temperatures will make it difficult to accurately forecast what type of precipitation we will get on Saturday. At this point it is too early to be able to rule out anything with rain, snow and or sleet all being possible right now. Expect a couple of thunder rumbles on the front side of the rain. We will also turn cold again on Sunday.
Snow rates are ahead of last year’s pace right and we are about an inch and a half greater than the average for this time of the month. There will continue to be plenty of chances for snow this month with us seeing the deep chill only briefly lifting at times before the end of the month.