Meteorologist Cindi Clawson says it's going to become a little bit colder in the upper Midwest.
We've had some chilly air already, and she says we're going to see a couple of really chilly days especially in the Northern Plains, Minnesota, and Wisconsin.
She's even talking about some snow into parts of the upper Great Lakes and into the Upper Midwest. She's also tracking two low-pressure systems that will be sinking to the south and picking up more moisture as they do.
She is also keeping watch on more moisture along a cold front that could bring some potentially heavier rain for areas of Missouri through Oklahoma, and into Texas later in the week.
Temperatures are expected to remain cool in the north-central U.S. with highs only in the 40s, and possibly lower along the Canadian border. Meanwhile, the 80s will continue through the South.
The concern right now is through tonight when temperatures will take a dip down into the 20s in the north-central United States. Areas of Virginia could see temperatures in the 30s and 40s. Highs in the 30s are expected in the Northeast tomorrow.
The jet stream trough is moving off to the northeast. We're going to see a deeper trough moving through the South. Another trough with some pretty cold air is on the way for the early to the middle part of next week for the north-central United States.
Click on the video to watch Cindi's complete forecast.