After an early morning cold front, temperatures across the Valley today will easily bring the coldest day of the season so far. Afternoon highs will hover around 20° – give or take a degree or two. Breezy west winds will make wind chill values in the single digits all day.
Scattered light snow showers associated with a secondary frontal boundary will be around much of the day. Accumulation locally should be around an inch.
Occasional light snow will continue tonight as the boundary shifts south of the area. Temperatures will drop to the upper teens overnight.
Temperatures warm slightly for MLK Day but still about 13° below average. An additional coating of snow is possible mainly in the morning.
Cold temperatures will remain through the first part of the week. A gradual warming trend will push temperatures back to the upper-40s by the weekend.