A cold front coming through Tuesday night will bring some of the coldest air we have seen so far this season. Overnight lows drop to the upper teens. The wind will become quite blustery out of the north, behind the front. Look for a north wind between 15 to 30 mph Wednesday morning with wind chills at or slightly below zero. Wear lots of layers Wednesday as high temperatures won't make it out of the lower 20's.
Temperatures drop even further Wednesday night and Thursday morning. We will be flirting with the single digits as we head out the door. Expect a temperature of 10 degrees that morning, but with a brisk south wind it will feel a few degrees below zero. Highs should rebound to the mid-30's during the day with the help of a southerly flow.
Another cold, but dry front comes through early Friday morning bringing highs back to the mid-20's under mostly sunny skies.