Temps will tumble from the 20s into the teens during the overnight. Wind chills in the single digits are expected as you're up and out the door first thing Tuesday morning. Bundle up if you plan on heading out and about tonight. Mostly cloudy skies will be the rule this evening with perhaps a few snow flurries.

After a bitterly cold start tomorrow morning, we'll eventually "warm" temperatures to near 30°F. Partly cloudy skies will become mostly cloudy through the day. Tomorrow night will be another chilly one as temperatures fall into the low 20s Tuesday night.

Wednesday's Wintry Mix...
First thing Wednesday morning, we're anticipating an accumulating snowfall. That snow will quickly then transition to a mixed bag of snow, rain, freezing rain and some possible sleet. This could produce slick spots especially on bridges, overpasses, on/off ramps. Be extra care while driving! That mixed bag of winter weather will again transition to more rain as temperatures top out in the low/mid 40s before falling just above freezing Wednesday night.

The end of this workweek looks pretty good with upper 40s to near 50°F rolling back into town by this weekend.

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TONIGHT | Mostly cloudy and bitterly cold. Few flurries.| Teens

TUESDAY | Increasing clouds and seasonably cold. | Upper 20s/Low 30s

WEDNESDAY | Snow to mix to rain. Could see a quick accumulation early. | Low 40s later in the day

THURSDAY | Mostly cloudy, windy and seasonal. | Low 40s

FRIDAY | Mostly cloudy and seasonably cold. | Low 40s

SATURDAY | Increasing clouds with rain developing. Becoming windy. | Upper 40s/Low 50s

SUNDAY | Rain, windy and warm. | 50s and falling

MONDAY | Rain/snow mix possible. | Mid 40s

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