Cold. Then snow. Then REALLY cold. No really, we mean it!January 2nd, 2014 at 6:40 pm by Robb Ellis under Weather
Not cold enough for you? Want more snow? We have more of both in the next week. And the temperatures could be some of the coldest numbers we’ve seen in nearly 20 years.
Cold with a few flurries. Lows in the single digits. Drifting and blowing snow will also be a concern. NW winds 10 to 20 mph.
Mostly sunny (which may help road conditions slightly) but continued cold. High on only 20 degrees.
A brief “warm-up” arrives on Saturday with highs reaching 32 degrees. Clouds will increase through the afternoon and snow will arrive late Saturday night, just before midnight. Snow continues overnight through Sunday.
Snow will continue for most of the day as temperatures drop dramatically. Strong north and northwest winds will create drifting and blowing snow. Temperatures are expected to reach -11 Sunday night with heavy accumulation. It’s still too early to nail down snowfall totals, but expect more than 6 inches of snow.
EXTREMELY COLD. Highs will remain below zero. Snow showers may be possible with strong north winds continuing. Overnight lows will again drop into the -10s.
Another cold day with highs near 0 and lows in the single digits below 0.
After the cold a gradual warm up ensues and highs return to the 30s by the end of the week. Another snowy system arrives Wednesday.