After snow moved across KELOLAND this morning, all that will be left is mostly cloudy skies and highs around ten degrees in the north and to close to twenty degrees in southern KELOLAND. A second wave of snow will hit west and south central KELOLAND Saturday afternoon and could last until Sunday morning. This wave will be slightly more intense, snowfall amounts ranging between one to two inches, some areas may see a little bit more. Sunday, the cold will continue with highs around zero.
Roller coaster like highs will be the story next week. Cold air will start the week but southerly winds will bring much warmer weather Tuesday and Wednesday, highs in the 30s and 40s. A short burst of cold air Thursday will bring highs back down in the single digits and teens. Valentines Day is looking to be much warmer, highs near 30.