There still remains chance for a winter system to impact the
region around in the  Wednesday to Thursday timeframe. Potential
hazards from this system include light icing, blowing snow,
accumulating snowfall, and a sharp decrease in temperatures. This
may impact travel across the region.

There is high confidence in much colder temperatures starting
this coming  weekend. Widespread subzero temperatures and breezy winds
will contribute to an extended period of hazardous wind chills.
This increases the potential for cold weather impacts like hypothermia and frostbite.

Many locations will see high temperatures at or a bit below zero. Of additional concern is the northerly breeze with these systems, which will bring very frigid wind chills.