Reported by: Meteorologist Steve Newton
Temperatures will peak in the low to mid 30s for many communities Sunday before the colder air moves in, and afternoon temperatures will fall into the mid 20s.Winds will be strong at times from the west and west-northwest. There will also be periods of snow Sunday, with a trace-2" mainly along and west of I-99.
UPDATE (10:35 a.m.): A Wind advisory is in place for the viewing area until 1 p.m. this afternoon. Sustained winds 15-25 mph will be seen with gusts of 45-55 mph.
More clouds will move through during the overnight hours, with temperatures falling into the teens across the region. Snow showers and squalls will be present Monday as another system moves through with much of the viewing area seeing snow. High temperatures Monday will be in the mid and upper 20s.
Monday night/Tuesday morning through Thursday morning will be the coldest period of the coming week, with lows near the single digits and highs in the upper teens and lower 20s. Wind chill during this stretch will be below zero for many locations.
Temperatures will warm back into the 20s for Thursday and Friday, but another system will be moving in for Friday, bringing rain and snow. Colder air will stick around for the weekend, but it long-range models are pointing toward temperatures warming a little going into next week.