One more day of bitter cold temperatures then warm up begins. East KELOLAND will continue to see single digit highs for Monday while West and Central KELOLAND will get a slight break from the cold, highs in the teens.
High pressure will build to our north which will pull warmer weather into KELOLAND Tuesday and Wednesday, highs in the 20s and 30s with some areas reaching the 40s. A short burst of cold air on Thursday will drop highs about twenty degrees all around but a warmer Friday and Saturday as the cold air weakens. We have a slight chance for a wintery mix late Tuesday night into Wednesday morning. As the warm air moves across KELOLAND, it may provide just enough of a trigger to get some light precipitation going. The only question now, is whether there will be enough moisture in the atmosphere.