The warm weather from yesterday is leaving and arctic air is returning to KELOLAND for the weekend. We expect increasing clouds from the north and pockets of light rain and light snow into the afternoon, mainly in the northern half of KELOLAND. Wind advisories are in effect for much of northeastern KELOLAND today for NW gusts over 40mph.
Look for much colder weather tonight with lows in the mid to upper teens in many areas. Light snow is also back for western KELOLAND.
The snow chances tomorrow will stay mainly in the southwest, with partly cloudy skies East River. Temperatures will remain much below normal with highs in the upper 20s to lower 30s.
The next chance of accumulating snow will be late Sunday night into Monday. The main low track will be to our southwest, putting KELOLAND in a more favorable pattern for snow.
The cold weather will linger until Wednesday, when warmer weather is expected. However, another disturbance may accompany the warmer weather and some rain or snow could develop again by Thursday.
A much bigger warm-up is showing up in the long-range forecast with a chance of 70s by the end of the month. That sounds like spring!