An Arctic cold front has passed through the Tri-States bringing in much colder air for our Friday. High pressure is building into the area, which has led to mostly sunny skies. Despite the sunshine, temperatures won't warm too well. Highs will be in the mid to upper 20s. Winds will be out of the north at about five to 15 mph. That wind will create wind chill values throughout the day in the teens.
Winds on Saturday will start to come out of the southeast and that will allow temperatures to be closer to average, in the low 30s. Clouds will build in throughout the day, leading to a partly sunny to mostly cloudy day.
A more active weather pattern is in store for us starting Saturday evening/night. By Saturday night, low pressure system over eastern Colorado will begin to move southeast into Oklahoma. This will lead to a warm front developing over our region. Find out what happens next on WGEM News at Noon.