Temperatures remain quite cold through the day ahead with highs maxing out near 32 degrees.
Snow left roads slick this morning, and those will remain that way through the day on side roads and untreated roadways.
Lows tonight under clear skies will plummet to the upper teens for many locations.
Highs Wednesday will rebound to the low 30s with sunny skies and a light breeze.
Thursday is rifle season Opening Day and will start off near 20 degrees, winds from the SSW at 5-10 mph, and skies on the partly cloudy side. High temperatures will rise to near 40 degrees.
By Friday we start watching for a wintry mix and that will take over into Saturday.
Saturday we should see that wintry mix continue.
As we get closer to the weekend we will start nailing down numbers and accumulation expectations for Saturday along with who might see rain and/or ice.
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Today's Record Temperatures