The weekend was just a little teaser! Today, highs will only manage the low 30s with colder wind chills do to breezy Northwesterly winds. Overnight, that low will be 12, with single digit wind chills. Brrrr.
Tuesday, we could see a few flurries in the morning, but most will be north of I-44. Highs will be a touch warmer, near 35 or so. Wednesday, the warmth returns, but so does rain chances. A low from the south will bring scattered showers to the area much of Thursday and early Friday. A rain/snow mix cannot be ruled out for the overnight hours on Thursday as temps dip below freezing.
KSPR Meteorologist Lindsey Slater