Tonight: Snow taper off this evening and skies gradually clear through the overnight. Temperatures dip into the low teens for lower elevations and single digits for local mountain cities. The wind will gradually subside from west to east although gusty wind will continue through the night over the far eastern plains. Expect roadways to remain slick where snow accumulated with this storm.
Sunday: Partly sunny skies by the afternoon hours with temps still chilly in the 20's and wind chill readings in the teens as we'll remain breezy to windy at times over the plains
Extended: We'll expect another mostly sunny, cool day on Monday with a few more clouds and slightly warmer air on Tuesday, which is, of course, New Year’s Eve. For New Year’s Day (Wednesday) we should warm into the 40s and 50s in advance of another wave that looks to kick up the wind, cool the air and bring a chance for at least a few snow flurries to parts of the area Wednesday night and/or early Thursday morning. Friday looks dry, breezy and warmer.