Forecast: Single Digit Lows

Paige Wampler

Updated Thu, Feb 26, 2015 5:05 pm

A cold front crossed this afternoon and along with it came some scattered snow showers that will be lasting into tonight. Tonight, temperatures are expected to drop to the single digits.

Wind chill overnight will be as low as -2, and, during tomorrow's morning commute, it will feel like -4 outside. Be sure to bundle up!

Tomorrow, skies will be mostly sunny with cold temperatures in the upper teens. Overnight temperatures are expected to dip below zero with a low near -2°.

Mostly sunny skies will start out the weekend with temperatures warming into the upper 20s.

By Sunday, temperatures are expected to be in the low 40s, but a system will bring snow that will transition to rain Sunday afternoon.

The start of next week will have partly cloudy skies, but another batch of rain and snow will hit Tuesday and Wednesday with highs near 50°.


TONIGHT: Slight chance of snow showers with increasing clouds. | LOW: 5°

FRIDAY: Mostly sunny. | HIGH: 19° | LOW: -2°

SATURDAY: Mostly sunny. | HIGH: 28° | LOW: 18°

SUNDAY: Rain and snow likely. | HIGH: 43° | LOW: 33°

MONDAY: Partly cloudy. | HIGH: 41° | LOW: 26°

TUESDAY: Rain and snow likely. | HIGH: 52° | LOW: 43°

WEDNESDAY: Rain and snow likely. | HIGH: 50° | LOW: 25°

THURSDAY: Partly cloudy. | HIGH: 36°