The jet stream will begin to flatten out slightly, meaning our air will begin to come from somewhere else other than the Canadian arctic over the next few days. Look for sunshine tomorrow with many locales rising up into the 50s. A low pressure system will skirt the Canadian border Thursday, bringing a mix of rain, snow, and ice to our northern viewers. By Friday, a sharp cold front arrives, dropping our temperatures back to below average. In addition, accumulating snow will be possible, particularly across the southwest part of our state. Cold high pressure works its way in Saturday, meaning a cold day on tap to begin the weekend. Temperatures will rebound however, beginning Sunday and through the beginning of next week.
-Meteorologist Dave Holder