Reported by: Meteorologist Steve Newton
A layer of clouds kept temperatures in the 20s and low 30s today, with brisk northwesterly winds bringing cooler air in from Canada. This pattern will continue through the rest of the weekend, with high temperatures around 10 below seasonal.
Temperatures tonight will be slightly cooler than what was seen last night and this morning, in the teens and low 20s. Sunday will be the coldest day next week and there will be a break from the flurries for most of Sunday and Monday. Clouds will break more Monday and the start of Tuesday, but the next disturbance will arrive Tuesday afternoon, bringing a chance of snow showers for Tuesday evening and Wednesday.
Going into next weekend temperatures will start climbing rapidly, getting close to 50 by the weekend.