Areas of light snow continue this morning and some of the roads are slippery. Most of the amounts are in the nuisance range and some areas may see up to another inch today. Most of the slush will be melting some this afternoon as temperatures rise to near freezing or above with a few rays of sunshine. Winds will be from the northwest today at 15-25 mph in most areas.
The north wind will diminish tonight, but cold air will remain in the place. Overnight lows will be in the teens in many areas.
Tomorrow still looks cold, but skies should be partly to mostly sunny as high pressure moves through the region.
Windy and warmer weather should be ahead by Wednesday. Highs will be back into the 50s to near 60 in most areas, but stronger south winds are expected.
Rain and snow will be possible Wednesday night into Thursday as another disturbance moves through the region. Highs will be in the 30s and 40s Thursday and Friday.
The best part of the forecast will be the weekend. Highs should really warm back into the 50s to lower 60s by Saturday and Sunday looks even warmer. Some 70s are likely in parts of KELOLAND. We have also see some scattered thunder early next week as the next disturbance moves our way. Sounds like spring!