Clouds will increase & thicken & winds will once again increase tonight after diminishing somewhat this evening. South-southwest winds may gust to 30 mph overnight-early Thursday morning.
Temperatures will rise tonight from 22-28 to 33-38 by early Thursday morning.
Winds will increase from the southwest tomorrow, sustaining at 15-25 mph with gusts 30-40 mph. Areas of showers & drizzle will develop as cold front & deepening low pressure approaches.
The highest gusts should occur in a band behind the front from the northwest. Gusts up to 45 mph are possible tomorrow eveing- night. An isolated +45 mph gust cannot be ruled out. Winds should then decrease overnight to early Friday morning to gusts of up to 30 mph. Wind chills may still drop to 0 as lows drop to 14-19.
Any showers/drizzle may change to some flurries & a few snow showers before ending. Little/no accumulation is expected. Temperatures will fall from highs of 41-46 to the 28-32 pretty quickly in the evening.
Snow should stay south of our area Saturday with Alberta Clipper. If your travels takes you to southern Illinois, Indiana to Kentucky, 2-4" of snowfall are possible.
However, 3-5" of snow are possible in our area Sunday from Colorado Low storm system. The snow could begin as early as morning & not end until evening. Winds may also be an issue with the system during & after the storm system. East to northeast winds may gust to 33 mph.
Panhandle low is possible late Tuesday-Wednesday of next week. This could bring additional accumulating snowfall to the viewing area.