Temperatures will warm to above freezing for a few hours Sunday but another strong cold front will move in Monday.
Saturday night we'll cool into the low teens with single digit wind chills and cloudy skies.
Sunday we're tracking clearing skies with some much warmer weather. Highs will climb to around 40 degrees and allow ice on the roads to finally melt.
Sunday night, we're tracking another strong cold front that will bring lows down into the upper teens by Monday morning. This front will move through dry but bring clouds back to the region.
Monday afternoon we're tracking highs around 30 degrees.
We'll see another hard freeze overnight with lows around 18 degrees.
High pressure will begin to build in Tuesday, clearing things out and warming us up a bit.
Tuesday afternoon we'll see highs around 40 with partly cloudy skies.
By Wednesday we'll be into the mid 40s, after starting the day in the mid 20s, with sunny skies.
Thursday begins in the low 20s as a weak wind shift brings winds out of the north. We'll see afternoon highs in the mid 40s with plenty of sunshine.
Overnight we're tracking a disturbance that will bring a slight chance for showers.
Temps Friday morning will begin around 30 degrees with afternoon highs climbing into the mid 50s.
As we head into the weekend we're tracking the chance for a cold front to sweep through. For now, this front looks dry.
Saturday we'll see morning temps in the upper 20s and low 30s with highs around 50.