Wind chill could become critical Wednesday night and Thursday, with values ranging from -32 to -34. Wind chill of that level could cause exposed skin to freeze within 10-30 minutes. The sky will be mainly clear, with some thin cloud. There is a chance we may get some tiny snowflakes coming from the clouds, but there will be no accumulation. Wind chill will be in the -30s, with temperatures in the -20s. We will warm up a bit on the weekend, but temperatures - and snow - are expected to fall in the beginning of next week.
Wednesday night: Mainly clear, low -24, wind chill -34 Thursday: A mix of sun and cloud, high -22, wind chill -32 Friday: Mainly sunny, high -25 Saturday: Sunny, high -13 Sunday: Mostly cloudy, high -3 Monday: Mostly cloudy, snow, high -9