A Chilly Start Forecasted for 2013
Get ready for overnight temperatures in the teens next week.
With daytime highs mostly in the 20s for the foreseeable future, it's safe to say our unseasonably warm weather is over, at least for now.
We'll need to wear a few extra layers through Friday, as frigid temperatures take over, according to the National Weather Service.
Sunday's high and low will both be a steady 26 degrees.
Monday, New Year's Eve, will be the "warmest" day of the week, with a high near 32 degrees, but wind gusts up to 20 miles per hour will make it feel colder. The low overnight Monday will drop to 17 degrees, with a 20 percent chance of snow.
Then, it's expected to really get cold. Here's a look at the rest of the week:
- Tuesday: First chance to see the sun, but the high is only expected to reach 20 degrees; overnight low around 11.
- Wednesday: Partly sunny, high of 23, overnight low of 15, slight chance of snow.
- Thursday: Partly sunny, high near 22, overnight low around 10, slight chance of snow.
- Friday: Mostly sunny, high near 21, overnight low around 14.