Air from Siberia heading towards a huge chunk of the U.S. could set record low temperatures from Texas to New England between Monday and Wednesday. Wednesday will be mostly sunny and with a high temperature only around the freezing mark.
Monday is Veterans Day and could be our coldest one yet.
Light accumulation is possible, however, any accumulation on the roads is unlikely. The record for coldest high on Wednesday is 37° from 1911. St. Louis metro will likely see rain ongoing for the morning commute. Precipitation will end by Tuesday evening.
There is a chance of snow in the Springfield area Tuesday after rain falls around 3 p.m. Temperatures in the Springfield area will reach around 15 degrees Tuesday night with the temperature dropping slightly toward the Berkshires.
Forecasters say parts of New Jersey could get a wintry mix of rain, ice and snow from a storm system that's expected to arrive on Tuesday. Lake effect snow will continue in the far north. While we have all this snow we will also have possibly record-breaking temperatures. St. Louis metro will see snow by roughly 10 AM to noon. We are forecasting daytime highs in the mid 20s and could easily break all records for Grand Rapids, Kalamazoo and Battle Creek.
The National Weather Service says that cold front will bring "chilly Arctic air" most of next week, but probably no snow to the Triangle and surrounding areas.