The snow that brought a dusting to parts of the Chippewa Valley earlier has largely moved out of the area and will continue to do so overnight. Watch out for icy spots on the roads, though. Even though the snow has stopped, some spots may still be slick.
Temperatures will continue to fall overnight into the low teens. Some places may even see some single digit temperatures by Monday morning. This Veteran’s Day will be partly cloudy and cold, with high temperatures more than 25 degrees below average for this time of year. Temperatures may not even hit 20 degrees on Monday afternoon. Northwest winds will make it feel even colder with wind chills in the single digits.
Monday night, skies will become mostly clear and actual temperatures will fall into the single digits. Tuesday morning’s low temperatures will be right around zero for many of us.
Temperatures will approach record territory on both Monday afternoon and Tuesday morning. The record coldest high for Monday is 19, and the record low for Tuesday is 1.
Tuesday afternoon, temperatures will only be in the upper teens. Temperatures will increase slightly into the 30s as we go into the end of the week.
On Wednesday, there will be the chance to see some light snow, before ending the work week on a dry note.