It will be a clear and cool evening with temperatures in the single digits and teens. Wind chills will likely fall subzero at times so make sure all you lovebirds bundle up if you are going on a date. Good news though - clouds will be on the increase tonight and the winds will pick up from the south, dropping wind chills but also increasing the air temperature. Gusts could be up to 30 mph.
Temperatures continue to climb and climb and climb all the way to the low to upper 30's Saturday afternoon as the winds start to decrease. This will come with mostly cloudy skies and the slight chance for a few light snow showers in the morning followed by the small chance for some drizzle or flurries in the afternoon. These should not impact any travel plans.
Lows will stay in the teens Saturday night with mostly cloudy skies and areas of fog thanks to some melting and a light wind.
By Sunday, skies generally stay mostly cloudy with highs still in the low to upper 30's – even near 40 south of I-80. A good chance for a mixture of rain and snow will move in Sunday night and linger into Monday. Travel may be impacted for some, although highs in the mid 30's should limit any ice. The mix will turn to a brief amount of snow Monday night before moving out.
Then, the winds pick up from the northwest and the temperatures drop again. Temps will tumble through the 20's and teens Tuesday with lows in the single digits Tuesday and Wednesday night. Highs will be in the teens Wednesday as arctic high pressure moves in and gives us sunshine Wednesday through Friday. Thursday we are back to the 20's and Friday we are back to the 30's.