A round of snow is set to move across northeast Kansas through the overnight hours and into Sunday morning. The patchy fog could roll back in tonight, with lows falling to around 40.
Here's the setup: Another in a series of arctic cold fronts is expected to sweep through the state on Tuesday.
Between 2 and 4 inches of snow is expected to fall across the Chicago area by Monday afternoon. Slick roads may be a problem for the morning commute, if you have to work on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day.
Meanwhile, the cold air is expected to linger.
Highs will likely struggle to climb out of the single digits both Monday & Tuesday.
The wind chill advisory does not include metro Atlanta, although it'll still be cold! Even with emerging sunshine by the afternoon, temperatures will only warm up a few degrees with highs in the teens and low 20s. High pressure at least should make for mostly sunny skies going into Thursday. Our next chance of precipitation comes Saturday night into Sunday morning (next weekend). North wind around 10 miles per hour.
Day - Partly sunny, with a high near 54.
Snow showers should be moving into the northwestern parts of Middle Tennessee near sunset on Monday, and push southeast across the mid-state through parts of Tuesday. North wind 10 to 15 miles per hour.
Lake-enhanced snow will occur at times from Monday into Monday night, the NWS says. Wind: N 10-20. Low: 1.