Sunshine will give way to increasing clouds with the approach of the next Arctic front during the afternoon.  Snow showers are possible later this afternoon and through the evening.  Highs will be in the lower 20's.

Behind the front, Arctic air will spill in tonight and lows will go down to between 0 and 10 above.  The wind will pick up out of the north-northwest and become gusty with wind chill values below zero by sunrise.

A mix of sun and clouds with a strong and brutally cold northwest wind tomorrow.  Temperatures will hold in the single digits and even fall toward and below zero in the afternoon.  At the same time, the wind chill values will go as low as 40 below and possibly even 50 below in the mountains.

We'll have plenty of sunshine on Sunday but it will still be very cold with highs only near 10 above.  The wind will relax later in the day, so that will make it a little more tolerable.

After a sub-zero start, we'll be back to the 20's on Monday with mostly cloudy skies and a few scattered snow showers.

The next storm will arrive on Tuesday.  The details will depend on the exact storm track, but right now it looks like we could see a snow to rain scenario.

Have a great weekend!

Paul Caiano