Light snow and flurries came in today with a disturbance that will stick around through the evening. Light snow accumulation on surfaces can be expected. This snow is dry, but it could help traction on roads that are covered with ice. Lots of side roads are still covered and will be dangerous to drive on. Clouds will be staying across most of the Heartland so if you are planning on viewing the lunar eclipse tonight, you may have a hard time viewing it unless you are in our southern counties. Lows tonight will be in the teens with wind chill values in the single digits.
Tomorrow, Martin Luther King Jr. Day, will be mostly sunny but very cold once again. High temperatures will range from the upper 20s in our northern counties to mid 30 in our southern counties. Feel-like temperatures will be in the teens and low 20s. Our next chance of rain/snow will be late Tuesday into Wednesday morning.