The second wave of arctic air has arrived, and will stick around through Friday. Breezy northwest winds will make it feel even colder with wind chill readings below zero in the morning and single digits in the afternoon. Afternoon highs Thursday and Friday will remain below normal in the low 20s, but Saturday it begins to warm back up again with highs in the 30s.
Our next front arrives Saturday. There is a slight chance, that light snow showers will develop Saturday night, with little to no accumulation expected. But a secondary system, could bring accumulating snow to the metro Sunday afternoon and evening. Right now, snow totals look minimal, 1" to 2". After the weekend, the next chance for snow will be on Tuesday. We will continue to watch these systems carefully as they move our way.
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