Wednesday skies will start sunny and turn cloudy at night with a chance of flurries as the first in a series of clipper type systems passes by to our north.
Ahead of each system on Wednesday, Friday and Saturday we will enjoy a warm-up to the mid and upper 30s.
Behind each system on Thursday and Sunday there will be a cool down to the 20s. Then temperatures tumble on Sunday as an Arctic Blast of the coldest air in two years arrives and sticks around through the middle of next week.
Highs early next week will be in the single digits and teens with overnight lows at or below zero.
WEDNESDAY: Partly to mostly cloudy and windy with scattered snow showers overnight. Highs near 36 and lows near 24.
THURSDAY: Mostly sunny with highs near 28 and lows near 19.
FRIDAY: Partly sunny with highs near 39 and lows near 29.
SATURDAY: Increasing clouds with a snow shower at night. Highs near 39 and lows near 19.
SUNDAY: Mostly cloudy with a snow shower. Highs near 20 and falling throughout the day. Lows near 6.
MONDAY: Partly sunny with a snow shower and frigid with highs near 12 and lows near 0.
TUESDAY: Partly sunny and frigid with highs near 6 and lows near -5.