NBC26 Storm Shield Forecast
We'll get a bit above freezing in spots today with highs in the mid/upper-30s and clouds on the increase.
Tonight, a strong cold front will move through.
Along this front, and a system riding along it from the SE, 1-3" of snow look to fall with the lower totals to the northwest, and higher totals to the SE.
A little of this snow shower and flurry activity could carry over into the early half of Thursday morning.
Temperatures will struggle to make it into the lower teens.
Wind chills Thursday AM will be in the -10s/-20s.
It will be bitterly cold on Thursday night with lows well below zero.
In fact....it could be the coldest night of the winter so far for many of us with lows in the -10s.
We will climb to around 10° on Friday with sunny skies.
We're back into the 20s/30s for the weekend with a little more snow possible.