Cold Canadian high pressure will move through KELOLAND tonight. This will help scour out the clouds and allow temperatures to fall to the teens and twenties below zero. Monday afternoon will be mostly sunny but cold with highs in the single digits above and below zero.
With the bitter cold in place, any amount of wind will create wind chills between minus fifteen and minus thirty, so Wind Chill Advisories are in place for much of the area through at least Tuesday morning.
Tuesday will be a little warmer, but we’re also watching for a slight chance for light snow. Moisture is very limited, so anything that falls will stay light.
The averages between the American and European models are under a tenth of an inch for much of KELOLAND, but I wouldn’t be surprised to see some of us pick up an inch worth of snow. Highs on Tuesday will be in the twenties and thirties.
Christmas Day will be dry with highs mainly in the low to middle twenties.