Snow will continue to wind down this evening in eastern KELOLAND; any additional amounts will stay light (around an inch or less). Clouds will slowly depart tonight, and temperatures will fall to the single digits below zero. The northwest winds will remain high with speeds of at least fifteen to twenty-five miles per hour. The winds will create wind chills in the teens, twenties, to near thirty below zero.
We don’t have snow in the forecast for Thursday, but temperatures will be cold. Highs will only be in the single digits for much of KELOLAND with northwest winds of fifteen to twenty-five miles per hour. Wind chills will be in the teens and twenties below zero.
The cold air will stay for the rest of the week and into the weekend. In fact, highs will be near zero on Friday and Saturday with lows at least in the teens below. Temperatures will try to “warm” on Sunday, but this will also bring another round of snow. While the moisture is very limited, it won’t take much to get a couple inches to accumulate in the frigid temps. The bitter cold stays into next week.