Very cold air settled in overnight and will linger to begin the weekend.
Although we see plenty of sunshine today, highs only reach 10 degrees this afternoon with wind chill values well below zero throughout the day.
Clear skies overnight will return temperatures to below zero. Light winds won't produce wind chills worth of an advisory but they remain very cold from -5 to -15.
After a cold start, clouds move back in Sunday, Valentine's Day, and the high climbs to 20. Snow will develop in the afternoon with no more than a couple inches of accumulation by late Sunday night. Although it's not expected to be a major snowfall, travel conditions will worsen throughout Sunday evening.
President's Day, Monday, will bring morning flurries, cloudy skies, and a high of 28 degrees.
Tuesday stays cloudy with possible flurries and highs reach 32 degrees.
After temperatures drop into the teens Wednesday, indications are that there will be a warm up as we head into next weekend.
Today's Record Temperatures