Rain showers end tonight, windy, cold week to continue until Thursday

Blustery & frigid overnight


  • Few flurries this evening
  • Cold and windy overnight
  • Frigid Sunday and Monday
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Tonight: It will be blustery and cold overnight with lows falling into the teens, according to News Center 7 Meteorologist Molly Coates. Wind chill values will be in the single digits and in some places below zero by Sunday morning. A passing flurry is possible overnight but the majority will stay dry. It will be windy with gusts as high as 35 to 40 mph.

Sunday: Sunday morning is to be bitter cold, with windchill near 0. Temperatures will start in the teens and highs will reach but the low 20s. Sunday is projected to be cloudy and blustery.

Martin Luther King Jr. Day: Monday morning is expected to again be very cold in the low teens. Skies will have broken clouds with highs reaching the mid 20s.

Tuesday: We are seeing a very cold bus stop forecast in the teens for the kids. Sunshine will return but it will stay cold with highs near 30.

Wednesday: It will be mostly sunny and seasonable with highs in the middle to upper 30s.

A rainy and windy day on Saturday is followed by bitter cold temperatures over the next several days.

Thursday: Skies will be mostly cloudy and temperatures not nearly as cold as they have been. Temperature highs will push into the mid 40s and will stay dry.