Cloud cover will decrease a little bit throughout our Thursday, with highs trying to get back closer to 30. A few clouds hang with us for our Friday as well as we close out the work week. The silver lining is that we’ll “warm up” a little bit, with highs back in the low 40s. This comes to a quick close Saturday, as more clouds roll in and winds out of the north lock highs back into the 20s.
Our next chance for some snow enters the picture late Saturday. This increasing into the overnight hours as we head into Sunday. Snowfall totals are still on the fringe right now, so numbers aren’t for certain. However, the general trend is that we will all see some form of accumulating snow, with the heaviest accumulations south of I-70. Not only does snow come back to the area, but so does ice cold arctic air for the start of our first week of March.
Sunday, highs only manage to get into the teens for the most part, but wind chills throughout the day stay well below 0. By Monday morning, lows touch single digits and negatives, with wind chills -15 to -20 degrees.
Clouds clear out for the beginning of the week, but highs remain in the 20s at best Monday and Tuesday. By Wednesday, we are flirting with highs near 40 once again.
Be sure to stay up to date with the Storm Track Weather Team as we get close to our weekend snow chance. We will continue to have updates on our website as well as the Storm Track Weather App!
-KSNT Storm Track Meteorologist Andrew Adams