The big changes that we've been talking about throughout the past week have finally arrived and they're not going anywhere! That potent cold front has moved onto our east and now we're under a NW flow regime which will allow cold air to continue to pump in. Highs in the 20s and 30s and lows in the teens and 20s will prevail right into this weekend with blustery conditions expected from time to time. Today, wind chills will likely be in the single digits and teens due to NW winds, occasionally gusting toward 30 mph. Minor disturbances continue to dip down out of Canada through the week as well giving us some clouds and maybe a few flurries as well. We could see a few spotty flurries today into tonight but we're not expecting any accumulation. By the latter half of the weekend a ridge looks to briefly build in. This looks to help moderate our temperatures just a little bit with highs climbing back into the upper 30s and 40s by Sunday afternoon. Our weather pattern looks to remain rather dry and quiet into next week with mostly to partly sunny skies prevailing.