Snow showers will continue through late morning with little additional accumulation. Watch for slick spots!

Look for a high of 25 and a low of 21 tonight as more light snow moves in around midnight. An additional inch is possible by daybreak Sunday.

Lingering flurries Sunday morning followed by mostly cloudy skies during the day and a high of 29.

After some clearing late Sunday night and Monday morning, skies turn mostly cloudy again late in the day with rain arriving - possibly starting as a brief rain/snow mix. High 37. 

The rain continues through the night before changing back to snow by early Tuesday morning.

Snow showers will be around Tuesday as temps tank into the single digits by late Tuesday night.

We'll do well to reach a high of 2 on Wednesday with partly sunny skies and dangerous wind chills between -20 and -30.

We'll also challenge some record lows mid-week; a bit less windy Thursday but still frigid with highs near 0 and lows in the single digits below 0.

Variable clouds Friday with a high in the low teens.

There are some signs of a thaw around February 4-6 but we'll have to fine tune those details as we get closer.