An arctic front will bring the coldest temperatures in weeks starting on Valentine's Day and into the Presidents Day weekend.
Here''s what to expect:
Friday, Feb. 14: After a mostly cloudy start, it will gradually become sunny. The temperature will rise to a high of about 30 degrees just before noontime Then, the mercury will fall during the afternoon into the mid 20s with wind-chill values between 15 and 20 degrees.
If you're heading out for Valentine's Day dinner, bundle up. The temperature will fall to the mid-teens during the evening under clear skies.
Temperatures will then drop to the upper single digits to around 10 degrees overnight.
Saturday, Feb. 15: The high temperature will be around 30 degrees with sunny skies and wind-chill values between 15 and 25.
Clouds will increase overnight. The low temperature will be around 25 degrees.
Sunday, Feb. 16: There will be some relief from the cold snap on a partly sunny day with the high temperature climbing to the mid 40s.
Monday, Feb. 17: Presidents Day will be mostly sunny with the high temperature again in the mid 40s.
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