**Wind Chill Warning for northeastern Siouxland from Wednesday night through Thursday morning**
**Wind Chill Advisory for most of Siouxland from Wednesday night through Thursday morning**
SIOUX CITY (KTIV) - An Arctic cold front moved into Siouxland today dramatically changing our weather conditions as the day went along.
And while snow will quickly move east this evening, we’re left with windy and cold conditions that will continue into tonight and Thursday.
Expect lows tonight to go well below and with wind chills being even the bigger problem.
Wind chills will range from -25 to -40 for much of Siouxland and that’s the reason for both a Wind Chill Warning and a Wind Chill Advisory into Thursday morning for all of Siouxland.
Skies will be clearing out but a lot of sun on Thursday will do nothing to combat the cold air as highs only reach the single digits for most of us.
This cold air won’t stick around for all that long though.
Southerly winds will develop Thursday night into Friday so lows by Friday morning will be closer to zero while afternoon highs could be close to the freezing mark for most of us.
It won’t feel quite that warm because of a southerly wind that will be gusting over 30 miles per hour.
More clouds arrive for Saturday but so does more warmth with highs near 40 to start the weekend and highs in the low 40s by Sunday.
Monday will still be looking mostly cloudy with a slight chance of light rain and light snow with high near 40.
It looks temperatures will fall more on Tuesday with highs in the upper 20s.
We’ll rebound into the mid 30s on Wednesday under a partly cloudy sky.