Your Sunday will be sunny, but don’t expect today to be warm. Watch out for slick spots this morning as patch fog is developing. Because temps are below freezing, freezing fog is possible.
Highs will reach the mid 20s today with mostly sunny skies.
The normal high this time of year is 36, so we’ll be about 10 degrees below that. Winds will come out of the southwest up to 10mph, that will create a wind chill in the single digits this morning, and the teens all day.
Tonight, clouds will be on the increase and it won’t be as cold with temps in the upper teens and low 20s by Monday morning.
New Year’s Eve we’ll be watching for more snow. Highs will reach the low 30s, but scattered snow showers will begin developing as early as midday.
Light snow is possible off and on through Tuesday afternoon.
As of right now, snow totals by Tuesday night look to be 2-4″ south of I-70, with 1-3″ possible north of I-70. We will monitor the possible snow totals closely and update you new weather models come in.
Temps will be well below freezing, so slick spots on roadways will be likely.
Speaking of cold temps, get ready for frigid air to start the new year! Overnight lows flirt with the single digits, and temps never warm above freezing in the 7 day forecast starting Tuesday.