Tonight, as a disturbance moves through, some of us could receive a coating to an inch of snow, so you may need to give yourself a little extra time to brush off the car in the morning. Winds will be on the increase through the night, gusting to 35 mph at times. Lows will drop into the low 20s in the city and into the upper teens in the suburbs.
Tuesday and Wednesday will be the coldest days of the week with highs in the mid 20s. On top of the cold temperatures will be the wind, gusting up to 40 mph on Tuesday, creating wind chills between 5 and 15 degrees in the afternoon.
Thursday stays cold and breezy. By Friday, we are watching a developing nor'easter that has the potential to give us some snow. It's much too early to provide any specifics, but be aware that you might need to shovel on Friday.
This weekend looks breezy and chilly. Any snow that falls on Friday should slowly begin to melt by the second half of the weekend as temperatures rise to the freezing level with some sun.
7 AM 22 degrees, Cold
Noon 25 degrees, Windy
3 PM high 26 degrees
5 PM 24 degrees, Wind Chill: 5-15
Sunrise 7:17 AM
Sunset 5:09 PM