A FEW MOUNTAIN SNOW SHOWERS GRADUALLY TAPER OFF TONIGHT

LOW WIND CHILLS NOW THROUGH THURSDAY MORNING

CUDDLE ALERT FOR VALENTINE'S DAY WEEKEND

Tonight: Partly to mostly cloudy. A few mountain flurries. Frigid and breezy. Low wind chills, especially in the mountains. Lows 7-14. West wind 5-20 mph.

Thursday: Cold and breezy with low wind chills. Mostly to partly sunny. Highs 26-32. West wind 5-20 mph.

Thursday Night: Clouds increasing after midnight.  Winds dying down.  Frigid.  Lows  16-23.  Winds light and variable.

Friday: More clouds than sun.  Not quite as cold.  Snow developing later in the day and at night, especially in the mountains. Highs 30-37.  Variable winds 5-10 mph.

WEATHER SUMMARY:

The gusty winds won't make things feel any better now through Thursday.  Wind chill values (or "feels like" temperatures) will get very low, especially during the mornings through Thursday.  The higher elevations will have "feels like temperatures" below zero at times.  Highs tomorrow will be in the upper 10s to mid 20s.  Make sure to wear layers!  Keep the pets indoors.  Leave the faucets dripping to avoid any pipe bursts. 

We stay frigid into the weekend, with the potential for more light snow showers late Friday and early Saturday. Cold and dry on Valentine's Day Sunday.  Rain or snow is possible on Monday.  Stay tuned, as specifics are not yet known with any potential system on Monday...Winter isn't done yet.

Temperature Outlook: Highs in the 20s through Thursday, 30s Friday, 20s this weekend, and 30s Monday.  Lows in the teens through Friday night, and single digits Saturday night (getting close to the record low of 3 set in 1971)!

Our average high is 49°, low 27°.

Meteorologists Dave Dierks and Chris Michaels