Those winds are strong enough to make wind chill a factor today, but not as bad as yesterday with the bitter cold conditions. Winds will continue to shift making it's way to the southwest by this afternoon allowing for slightly warmer conditions in the mid 40's. Partly sunny skies will turn partly cloudy overnight as we dip below freezing once again with lows near 27 degrees. For the weekend west winds will become our best friends as we jump up above average to the low 70's. And this time the warmth lasts a little longer through Sunday with a high near 76 degrees. Next cold front will push through dropping temps dramatically on Monday back to the 40's. It will also bringing with it an increase of moisture and clouds. Overnight rain chances will be introduced around 20% increasing to 30% Tuesday. Warmer by Wednesday in the upper 50's and back to the 70's for Thursday.