We will actually warm up quite a bit from our very frigid start. Granted, warming up quite a bit only brings us to a high of 16 degrees in this case, accompanied by mostly sunny skies and a west wind around 5 mph. Tonight will see mostly clear skies, with a low around 6, and a light southwest wind.
Tomorrow will warm to around 24 degrees, with sunny skies and a light southwest wind. As our Thursday storm nears closer, Wednesday night features a wind shift to the north, with skies turning cloudy and a low around 13.
Snow is expected on Thursday with 4-8″ looking like the most likely scenario at this point, starting in the morning around commute time and ending during the overnight hours on Thursday night. Temperatures will range in the mid teens to mid 20s during this storm, meaning higher snowfall ratios are likely.
After snow ends, temperatures drop to the mid to upper single digits late Thursday night. Friday will barely get out of the single digits, while Saturday morning will have lows similar to that of today and may not get too much above zero for the high. Even colder conditions are likely Saturday night (not currently depicted by this five day graphic).
Have a great day!