(KFVS) - You might not need an umbrella, but a jacket will be necessary.
We could have the coldest air we’ve had since last November.
Daytime temps will be in the 20s and 30s. A stiff northwest breeze will give us wind chill factors in the 20s.
Laura Wibbenmeyer says tonight will be the coldest night of the year thus far, and perhaps of the entire season.
Water left over from this week’s rain and these frigid temps could produce black ice overnight on Thursday.
If winds decrease later tonight, we’ll likely see daybreak lows ranging from the single digits north to mid teens south.
Valentine’s Day will be sunny and cold but less breezy so overall a much nicer day.
We start to warm up over the weekend, most of the weekend looks dry too. More rain chances early next week.