We've been enjoying some bright, mild, almost spring-like weather across the area over the past few days, but now it looks like colder, more typical February weather is headed our way for the midweek. While we'll be missing out on moderate snowfall that is impacting much of the region to our south and southeast as that storm system is skirting our area, we're still going to have to deal with extra clouds and some raw north winds that will work to cool things off today. High temperatures will be in the lower 30s with brisk north winds occasionally reaching 20 miles per hour and wind chill values will be in the teens and lower 20s.
A few flurries will be possible tonight with brisk winds and thick clouds and overnight lows will be in the seasonably chilly upper teens.
Clouds will slowly break up by Wednesday afternoon with more of those raw northwest winds keeping wind chill values in the teens while high temperatures will only be in the mid-20s, several degrees colder than the seasonal average.
Cold sunshine will continue to hang around through Thursday and Friday as high pressure settles in from Canada. High temperatures will be in the upper teens to lower 20s and overnight lows will be near zero.
The weekend is looking a bit warmer and it looks like we'll enjoy abundant sunshine with high temperatures reaching the 30s for both Saturday and Sunday.
Here is your morning forecast update from Meteorologist Ted Schmidt: