After a fairly quiet Saturday, with the exception of a few winds, conditions should also stay quiet throughout the night. Many areas will be dropping into the teens. This is partly based on the clear sky and all of the day time heating will be lost to the upper atmosphere and because of the snow on the ground — some areas could see single digit temperatures. Quiet conditions will carry on through Sunday — highs are to be 5-10 degrees warmer than Saturday — that means you can expect most areas to see highs in the 40s, if not, 30s in the north. The next big story will be the surges of energy that will be pushing through starting Monday night and ending Wednesday. This is due to a passing low pressure system. Most of it will be falling as rain since the temperatures will be in the 40s, then as Tuesday night occurs, lows will likely be below freezing, allowing for a wintry mix. Afterwards, it’ll clear up in the later half of the week with mostly sunny skies and temperatures in the 40s — still below average. An average high temperature is in the lower to mid 50s and lows in the upper 20s.
Saturday night, a few clouds with a relatively light wind from the east at 5-10 mph. Lows in the teens and a few single digits.
Sunday, highs in the lower to mid 40s & 30s with a few clouds. Winds east at 5-15 mph and sunny skies.
Sunday night, clear skies with lows around 20 degrees. Winds southeast/east at 5-10 mph.
Monday, sunny and highs in the 40s. Winds southeast at 10-20 mph.
Monday night, increasing clouds, chance of precip late in the night. Winds southeast at 10-20 mph and lows in the 20s.
~Heidi Werosta, KX Storm Team