Light Snow Possible As Arctic Blast Approaches
Your Doppler 10 Forecast
Sunday Evening: Increasing clouds, getting colder.
Overnight: Scattered snow showers developing. A dusting possible. Low: 20
Monday: Mostly cloudy with occasional snow showers or flurries. Temps falling into the teens by afternoon. A morning high: 25
Tuesday Partly sunny and very cold. High: 13
Cold, Arctic air will continue pouring into the state tonight through Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. A few light snow showers will develop late Sunday night with a coating of snow possible. Overnight lows will drop to around 20 degrees by Monday morning. Skies will remain mostly cloudy on Monday with occasional flurries. Temperatures may briefly rise into the mid 20's early in the day before falling into the teens by late afternoon.
A frigid night is expected Monday night as lows drop into the single digits. Wind chill readings could dip to anywhere from 10 to 15 degrees below zero. Tuesday's highs will only reach the low to mid teens despite partly sunny skies.
A weak storm system will bring a chance for snow showers or flurries on Wednesday with very chilly conditions sticking around. While temperatures will moderate toward the end of the week, another storm system will spread light to moderate snow into the area Thursday into Friday. The track of this storm is still uncertain as a northerly track could bring a mix of rain and snow to end the week.
Alerts : NONE (May have a Wind Chill Advisory issued later Sunday night or Monday morning. Watch 10TV News HD at 11:00 for the latest.)
Inconvenient Weather: Temperatures will continue to fall Sunday night into Monday. Scattered snow showers and flurries will develop late tonight with a coating of snow possible. Wind chill readings could drop as cold as -10 Monday night.
Planning Your Day: Scattered flurries or light snow showers are expected Monday with only light accumulations expected. The bigger story will be the cold as temperatures fall from the 20's in the morning to the teens Monday afternoon. Wind chill readings could dip below zero by late Monday afternoon.