Friday: Our recent arctic blast is still hanging on a little while longer with wind chill advisories in place until 10 a.m. with temperatures in the teens below zero and wind chills into the 20s and 30s below zero. The arctic blast will slowly start to lose its grip by the afternoon under plenty of sunshine and a high near 14.
Friday night: After a clear and sunny Friday, a weak front passing to our north will bring overcast skies and a few snow flurries with a low temperature near 11.
Saturday: We could see a few spotty flurries early Saturday morning, but overall we are looking at just mostly cloudy skies and breezy conditions with an afternoon high climbing to around 26.
Saturday’s warmup doesn’t last long as another cold front Saturday night will drop temperatures back into the low teens for highs on Sunday, but we should stay on the dry and sunny side.