Most of the snow has ended, although scattered light snow showers are possible through the morning with little additional accumulation. Temperatures are going to fall as a strong northwest wind of 15 to 30 mph, sometimes gusting higher, takes over.
Lows tonight fall below zero with wind chills as cold as -30. Tomorrow will be another cold and windy day with highs staying a bit below zero with wind chills as cold as -30 at times.
Dangerously cold air begins tomorrow night with lows in the -20s and wind chills pushing to near -50. Frostbite occurs in less than 10 minutes. Highs Wednesday stay in the -10s despite sunshine. Wind chills remain in the -50 to -35 range. Bitterly cold temperatures approach -30 Wednesday night.
A chance of snow pushes by later Thursday and behind it, temperatures moderate. In fact, we ought to get into the 30s this weekend as a chance of a wintry mix comes in.