Skies clear overnight and a blast of much colder Canadian air rushes in. Winds also stay elevated producing a harsh wind chill in the lower 20s that you will definitely feel as you head out the door Monday morning.
While we'll enjoy pure sunshine Monday, temperatures will struggle to reach the upper 30s. This cold snap is brief. Temperatures slowly moderate during the week with the warmest day in the lower 50s (Wednesday) just ahead of Thanksgiving.
The next batch of rain arrives on Thanksgiving Day. It's another cold core system that will take temperatures back into the 30s for Black Friday. Temperatures will stay well below normal into the holiday weekend.