We are starting the weekend with some light snow in the Black Hills. You can see some of the activity on the Wall radar. A cool day is ahead as a weak cold front moves our way from the north.
High temperatures will range from the lower 20s in the northeast to the lower 40s in the southwest.
Tonight will feature cooler weather and a few areas of flurries. There could be some pockets of fog and freezing drizzle in the west.
Tomorrow will be the coldest day of the weekend. Clouds will remain pretty thick and highs will stay in the lower and middle 20s in many areas of the east.
However, Sunday will be a little warmer as we tap into Pacific air once again.
Monday also looks mild with highs in the 40s in many of the snow-free areas.
We’ll keep the above normal temperatures going through Tuesday, but changes are lurking to the north.
We have certainly found winter to our north. There is some real cold brewing in Canada right now and it’s forecast to intensify late next week. We expect the first pieces of this cold to arrive here at the end of the 7 day forecast.
There could be some snow with the colder air. That would be late in the week.
Enjoy the mild weather for now. It may come to an end soon.