Cold temperatures and strong winds are expected tonight and Saturday. Strong northwesterly winds will make it feel at least 10 degrees colder, so bundle up if you are headed out. A few rain showers are possible overnight as well.
West facing slopes at elevations above 3000 feet may see a few snow flurries and snow showers by early Saturday morning. No accumulation is expected. High temperatures on Saturday will struggle to get out of the forties. With a strong northwesterly wind continuing to blow, it will be a cold day around our region.
Temperatures will begin to warm up as we move into Sunday, with highs expected to be near 60. A week cold front will move through the area on Monday, but little if any precipitation is expected. Dry and near normal temperatures are expected through the end of the week, with a few rain showers possible by Thursday and Friday.