A new round of Arctic air will arrive after a midweek storm that will bring a chance of snow followed by steady rain to the region.
Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day, Monday, Jan. 21, will be partly sunny, icy and frigid, with a high temperature in the lower teens and wind-chill values between -5 and -15 during the day. Winds of about 20 mph with gusts up to 45 mph could cause power outages. It will be mostly clear overnight with a low around 2 and the wind-chill factor still in negative digits.
Tuesday, Jan. 22 will be mostly sunny with a high in the mid- to upper-20s and the overnight low in the upper teens.
The storm will arrive Wednesday, Jan. 23 with the snow chance through the morning. Little or no accumulation is expected. As the high temperature climbs to 42 degrees in the afternoon, rain is likely and will continue through the evening with up to a half-inch of accumulation possible.
The brief surge of warmer air continues Thursday, Jan. 24 and so does the rain. There's an 80-percent chance of rain with the high temperature expected to climb to the mid- to upper-40s.
As the storm wraps up by early Thursday night, colder air will return overnight with a low around 23 degrees.
Friday, Jan. 25 will be mostly cloudy with the high temperature around freezing.
A new Arctic blast will be in full force overnight Friday into Saturday, Jan. 26 with the low temperature dropping to around 12 degrees.
Saturday will be mostly sunny with a high in the mid-20s.
There's a 50-50 shot for snow on Sunday, Jan. 27 on a cloudy day with a high around 32 degrees.
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