Presidents Day weekend will bring bitter cold and more snow to the Tri-State. Saturday will be one of the coldest days we've seen this month. Check out the wind chills on Saturday morning...gusty northwest winds combined with temperatures in the low teens will make it bitterly cold for much of the day:
Even with sunshine on Saturday afternoon, the air will be bitingly cold through the daylight hours:
Sunday will also be cold during the first half of the day, but temps will gradually climb by the evening and into Monday:
The models are honing in on a solution for Sunday's snow. Timing is still a question mark at this point, but the earliest arrival for snow is in the RPM model, with snow entering southern Illinois in the morning and then spreading across southwest Indiana and western Kentucky by Sunday afternoon:
Snow amounts are settling in around 2-3" across the region. Here is a look at the NAM's snow accumulation by Sunday night at 11:
For comparison, here is what the other models are showing for Sunday's snowfall:
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