Bundle up! We've had a moderate month, but the cold that came roaring back over the weekend will be sticking around for at least the next couple of days.
Cold, dry high pressure anchored over the Ohio Valley will control our weather for the next several days, leading to our longest stretch of colder-than-average temperatures since before Christmas. Wind chills are in the 10s Tuesday morning and will stay below freezing all afternoon. The breeze will not be as strong Tuesday as it was Monday, but with temperatures only reaching the mid 30s, a winter coat is still in order.
Clear skies and a light wind Tuesday night will making for another cold morning on Wednesday. The suburbs will drop into the 10s, while urban areas will stay in the low/mid 20s. Wednesday afternoon will be sunny and cold with highs near 40°.
Clouds will begin to creep back in on Thursday. No rain is expected, and the brunt of the cold air will finally move away. Temperatures will go from the 20s Thursday morning to the mid/upper 40s in the afternoon.