High temperatures Thursday have been in the upper 40s, so watch for slick areas as the day’s melting will freeze over after temperatures drop Thursday night.
A cold front moving through will increase cloud cover but bring in a much colder air mass for Friday. Winds will be strong and temperatures will likely fall during the day. A few flurries are possible, but a noticeable amount of accumulation is unlikely.
It will be another very cold day on Saturday, but a bit more sunshine is expected. A second wave of clouds will move in late Saturday and a light snow shower is possible overnight into Sunday. Temperatures are really going to be the biggest chance over the weekend though, with highs in the teens on Saturday and only the single digits on Sunday.
Saturday and Sunday low temperatures will be below zero.
Temperatures will slowly climb back up next week, reaching the low 20s by Thursday.