We are tracking lows in the single digits overnight. Yes, you’re seeing that right. It will be colder in areas where there’s still a decent snow pack. Watch out for re-freezing and areas of black ice after some of that snow melted today.
After a frigid start, it remains very cold for Martin Luther King, Jr. Day with highs in the low to mid 20s. We’ll finally climb above-freezing Tuesday afternoon, and quite a bit above that threshold. We are tracking mid-week highs in the 40s. The temperature trend will take another slide starting on Thursday.
A round of rain and snow will spark the next cold blast. Rain arrives late Tuesday night or Wednesday morning. Temperatures will start to fall, and rain will change to snow before the end of the day on Wednesday. A few snow showers could hang on into Thursday. A deep freeze with more chances for snow showers will stick around into next weekend.