We barely got above freezing on Wednesday, but that sun did a lot to melt the ice and snow.
However, what didn’t dry by the time the sun went down will be very slick for your morning drive.
“Another deep freeze for the morning,” says WSB meteorologist Kirk Mellish. “We will have lows anywhere from 0-to-15 by sunrise.”
But we will have another good dose of sunshine for Thursday which should go a long way to finishing off our frozen city. Mellish is calling for highs from 37-to-41. But yet again, another hard freeze for Thursday night, back below freezing by 8pm and above 32 after 10am tomorrow. But overnight lows will range from 14-to-22.
If there is any ice left on the roads after Thursday, the average winter temperatures on Friday should finish off.
Mellish says there will be a decent amount sunshine to push highs of 49-52, says Mellish. Lows 31-36.
And once we get to the weekend, this mess should be a faint memory.
Mellish is looking for highs Saturday in the mid to upper 50s. There is a 30 percent chance of a light shower or drizzle. Lows will be 43-47.
There is more precipitation in the forecast to start the next week. But this will be rain.
Mellish is calling for a 50 percent chance of showers for Sunday and Monday. Look for highs Sunday pushing 60 and low 50s Monday. Lows will be from 37-44.