A few pockets of freezing drizzle and light snow will start to develop Monday night, continuing into Tuesday morning. Many of us stay dry, but if you see a wet road, drive as if it is an icy road. Temperatures will be in the teens Tuesday morning.
Everyone is dry Tuesday afternoon, but it will be cold and windy. Highs will be in the upper teens with mostly cloudy skies. Wind chills will struggle to get above zero in the afternoon.
The wind lightens up Wednesday, but we stay cold. We start the day below zero, then only warm into the teens for the afternoon with mostly cloudy skies.
The cold continues Thursday with more teens and the potential for some light snow. Any accumulation looks minor at this point.
Friday brings more sunshine in the afternoon, but it only warms us back in the low 20s.
The weekend looks mostly sunny with temperatures a little closer to average for late February. Highs will be in the low 40s to upper 30s both days.
Monday continues our mid 30s stretch with mainly sunny skies.
Chance For Snow
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