Plunging temperatures caused any moisture left on roadways to freeze overnight into Sunday and the windchill continues the cold start to spring.
After 1 to 8 inches of snow fell across the state and temperatures warmed Saturday in the 40s, it dropped to 20s overnight. It will likely be in the 30s for the remainder of Sunday with potential for wind gusts of 40 miles-per-hour. The windchill factor is making it feel like temperatures are in the teens and 20s.
Sunday and Monday will be the coldest days this week, with temperatures in the 30s on Monday.
It will likely begin to warm up again on Wednesday into Thursday, but rain is also in the forecast.