First Alert: Flurries end, cold weather moves in
(KFVS) - Snow flurries are coming to an end throughout the Heartland as cold weather begins to move in.
Chief Meteorologist Grant Dade says temperatures this evening will be falling into the teens late.
Many areas will experience wind chills falling into the single digits overnight.
The lows by morning will range from the upper single digits in the north to the middle teens down south.
The weekend will start off cold but a warming trend will begin Sunday.
Highs on Saturday will range from the middle 30s up north to the lower 40s down south.
On Sunday, it will be mostly sunny skies and warmer temperatures.
The lows will be in the 20s with highs in the lower 40s northeast to the lower 50s southwest.
We’re keeping an eye on the next main system which will arrive on Tuesday and stick around through Thursday.
As the system moves into the Heartland it will start off as rain, but there is a chance it will transition into wintry weather. This will cause travel concerns near the end of the event.
Stay with the First Alert Weather team for updates.
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