The wind will lighten up a bit overnight, but it will be very cold. Cities along and north of I-80 will drop below zero for the Wednesday morning commute. With the wind, it will feel like -15 to -20 in the metro.
The wind will still be noticeable Wednesday afternoon, but it won't be as strong. Highs will be in the upper teens.
Overnight Wednesday and into Thursday morning, light snow will move in from the west. This continues at times the rest of Thursday. With highs in the teens still, it will be a light and fluffy snow. There won't be much of it, but we could squeeze out roughly an inch in a lot of cities.
Friday brings more sunshine in the afternoon, warming us up a little more. Highs will be in the mid 20s.
The weekend looks mostly sunny with temperatures a little closer to average for late February. Saturday will be in the mid 40s, then a weak cold front arrives Sunday morning. It only cools us off closer to 40 for Sunday.
Monday continues our 40s stretch with mainly sunny skies.
A bigger boost to out temps is back for Tuesday. We look to hit 50 plus in many places.
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