Our focus now turns to the potential of record lows tonight. Many areas may wake up to thermometer readings below zero.
We have an arctic cold front blowing into town this evening and this will set us up for a cold and windy weekend with rounds of snow showers and squalls.
Snow showers will continue later tonight into Saturday. Colder air will be in place and some light accumulations will be a good bet for many. Highs in the mid and upper 20s will be common, with gusty winds making it feel much colder than that.
The snow showers and flakes will taper off into Sunday, but the cold and wind will remain.
The pattern into next week looks very active as a couple of huge storms roll across the country. The first one impacts our weather with rain and snow Monday night into Tuesday and the next one moves in by Thursday.