Very cold weather will prevail again for today as high pressure of Arctic origins continues to settle-in from the northwest. Highs today will range through the teens, with overnight lows ranging through the single digits. Some moderation in the cold will begin by daybreak tomorrow, with temperatures quickly moderating into the 20s by afternoon.
The next threat for organized, light snow will arrive Thursday afternoon and night, with the potential for an inch or two of snowfall by daybreak Friday.
Elsewhere, Arctic air resulting in well-below average temperatures will continue to be felt from the northern and central Great Plains to the Mid-Atlantic region and northeastern U.S. over the next couple of days. Prolonged exposure to these dangerously cold conditions could result in frostbite, hypothermia, or death.