Skies will be partly cloudy on Tuesday thanks to the high cirrus clouds associated from a storm in the Tennessee Valley and Ohio Valleys. We will also see clouds overnight associated with a clipper system passing by to our north.
Isolated snow showers are possible into Wednesday morning. Several more clippers will pass by bringing little more than flurries and brief cool downs.
Much of the week will be quiet and dry with temperatures hovering between the upper 20s and mid-30s. By Sunday a frigid pool of cold air from the Hudson Bay area in Canada will slide toward us.
The Hawk will be flying as this Arctic blast will be the coldest air in possibly two years. Temperatures will fall Sunday from low 20s to the teens and we will only reach highs in the teens and single digits early next week with overnight lows below zero.
Tuesday: Mostly sunny with highs near 28 and lows near 20.
Wednesday: Partly to mostly cloudy and windy with scattered snow showers. Highs near 33 and lows near 24.
Thursday: Mostly sunny with highs near 28 and lows near 20.
Friday: Partly sunny with highs near 35 and lows near 19.
Saturday: Increasing clouds with a snow shower at night. Highs near 36 and lows near 20.
Sunday: Mostly cloudy with a snow shower. Highs near 20 and falling throughout the day. Lows near 6.
Monday: Partly sunny and frigid with highs near 12 and lows near 0.
Tuesday: Partly sunny and frigid with highs near 6 and lows near -5.