After getting hit with our biggest snowstorm this winter on Friday, it will be backed by the coldest temperatures yet this winter.
According to the National Weather Service, an arctic blast with dangerously cold temperatures and bitterly cold wind chills will arrive on Tuesday.
A look at the coldest wind chill temperatures Tuesday morning show that some areas could see wind chills that are below -10 degrees.
Before the frigid temperatures arrive, Sunday could see rain, some snow, and some gusty winds.
On Sunday rain is likely, mainly after 3pm with wind gusts as high as 31 mph.
The rain is expected to end early Monday morning and turn into a slight chance of snow between 2am and 3am with continued gusty winds. Little or no snow accumulation is expected.
After Monday morning, no precipitation is in the forecast until Saturday.