First Alert: Cold and cloudy for parts of the Heartland

First Alert Forecast 10 p.m. 1/20

(KFVS) - Light snow and flurries in the Heartland.

Blankets of light snow can be expected. The snow is dry, but could help traction on roads still covered by ice.

Clouds will be staying across most of the, making viewing the lunar eclipse difficult unless you are in our southern counties. Low tonight will be in the single digits.

LOOK AT THESE WIND CHILL VALUES! 🥶 Still having moderate winds coming from the north causing temperatures to feel like...

Posted by Lisa Michaels KFVS on Sunday, January 20, 2019

Tomorrow, Martin Luther King Jr. Day, will be mostly sunny but very cold once again. High 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.

Road conditions are not favorable on Sunday morning for driving. You can click here to check road conditions.

Our next chance of rain/snow will be late Tuesday into Wednesday morning.

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