Cloud cover, due to a strong system off to our east, will persist through the morning. Any leftover moisture could change from rain to snowflakes in the eastern half of the Heartland. Minimal impacts are expected. This bigger impact will be the strong winds. Blustery conditions start off the day with strong northwesterly winds that can gust up to 30mph. This will make it feel like the teens and 20s through the day. It will be the coldest day of the week with high temperatures only reaching the mid 30s by this afternoon. Clouds will be decreasing by the afternoon with sunny skies, but the frigid air sticks around.
Tonight, expect the low 20s and upper teens with clear skies. Daily high temperatures get slightly warmer over the next two days: mid to upper 40s.
Thursday’s story is still developing, but it looks to be our next chance of seeing some showers. The question is can we get enough cold air in our western counties to provide some snowflakes this time.