Jan 4, 2014 5:57 PM by Meteorologist Stephanie Ortmann
After a snowy Saturday, snow will come to an end from north to south between now and midnight. Breaks in the cloud cover overnight along will help temperatures to fall to around zero degrees (-5 to 5 degrees) in most locations by daybreak Sunday. Because of the extreme cold overnight, icing is likely on roadways around the region. If you have to be out on the roads Sunday morning, be extra careful on roads still covered with snow and watch out for slick spots.
It'll remain cold out Sunday with highs well below average in the teens/20s. Expect a mix of clouds and sun for the afternoon with a few flurries or even a brief snow shower possible late in the day.
After another very cold morning Monday, temperatures will rebound to above freezing readings in the afternoon under mostly sunny skies. Highs will be briefly above average Tuesday with the remainder of the week looking fairly dry and seasonal over the elevations.
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