A secondary surge of colder air has allowed for falling temperatures Thursday morning. In addition, north winds are gusting near 30 mph, allowing for wind chill values in the 30s and 40s.
Showers are forecast to move east by midday, leaving behind cloudy skies.
Drier air will funnel in on Thursday night, which should help to erode cloud cover.
By Friday, the sun is forecast to reappear. Warmer temperatures will accompany the clearing skies.
Check out the latest forecast here: