Some of the coldest air of the season is on the way tonight through early Saturday. However, a more severe blast of cold air is starting to show up in the long-range weather models for next weekend. Let's take a look...

Notice, with lows around 30 degrees tonight and winds 10-20 mph, wind chills will dip down to the teens and 20s. Make sure the kiddos are bundled up at the bus stop Friday morning!

Despite sunshine, highs only in the 40s Friday afternoon! Lows Friday night into early Saturday will all be in the 20s.

Now, let's track big changes next week...

A system will bring some rain Wednesday, then a warm front brings more rain on Thursday, then a strong cold front brings even more rain and possibly thunderstorms next Friday. The big cold news is what's behind that front! So, active weather for the middle-end of next week, then much colder!

Both the GFS and EURO long-range weather models are calling for a significant cold snap for next Saturday, November 18th into Sunday, November 19th. This cold spell could hang around for a while, with highs in the 20s and 30s, with lows in the teens. Perhaps, our first real taste of winter! Does that mean we'll see some snow before Thanksgiving? ...Stay tuned!