After a damp and dreary weekend, conditions will finally dry up, and brighten back up today as our low pressure systems continues to slide away from the area. Clouds will give way to more sunshine by the afternoon, and winds will steadily pick up, with gusts potentially reaching 35 to 40 mph in spots. Highs will peak back in the mid 40s, though it will begin to feel much chillier heading into tonight. Bitter winds will continue to whip across the region through tomorrow, but the strongest winds will be overnight, where some places north and west of town could see gusts reach over 40 mph. Skies will stay clear, but it will feel painfully cold with lows mainly in the 20s, and wind chills only in the 0s and 10s overnight! Bright and blustery conditions will last throughout the day tomorrow, with highs only in the upper 30s and wind chills still only in the 10s and 20s.
TODAY: Becoming breezy with AM clouds giving way to sun. HIGH: 45
TONIGHT: Cold, clear, and blustery. Wind chills in the 0s and 10s. LOW: 30