A somewhat subjective rating of the day's weather, on a scale of 0 to 10.
Today: Morning clouds, becoming mostly sunny by afternoon.
Cold temperatures will last through the end of the week and continue to stick around next week. A fast moving clipper system will push through the western portions of the viewing area this morning and early into our afternoon bringing close to an inch of snow, mainly west and south of HWY 63. Snow chance remains 30 percent, Klein said.
Get our daily forecasts on your Amazon Alexa device. Plenty of sun shines down with high pressure overhead, but the source of that high pressure is the Canadian north, so it doesn't do much to warm us up. Our next chance of precipitation comes Saturday night into Sunday morning (next weekend). Wind chills will be -20 to -40 in these areas.
Tonight: The stage is almost set for a truly cold overnight. I say "nearly" though because light breezes and partly cloudy skies should prevent temperatures from really dive-bombing. Keep reading for the forecast through midweek... Low around 2. Northerly wind 5 to 15mph. Lows only drop to the low-to-mid 20s.
By late Tuesday night and Wednesday, moisture will begin to return to the Carolinas. Snow showers taper off Monday afternoon leaving light accumulations.
An arctic blast will follow our snow chances Monday with a below zero start to our Tuesday.
The chance of snow across the state Tuesday is 30 percent, with northern DE having its chance at precipitation in the afternoon and the southern side catching up in the evening, Klein said.