We've got about four weeks left of winter and it looks like Mother Nature isn't going to let up much in that time. A surge of Arctic air is arriving overnight, taking our temperatures down into the teens by early Monday morning. This could create some slick spots on untreated roads as slush and melted snow refreezes. Be careful! Wind chills tonight may reach down to -10° to -15° but the latest data suggests we may only hit that marginally. Nonetheless, Louisville and areas north and west of the city go under a Wind Chill Advisory from midnight tonight to 9am Monday. We're not seeing any big snows in the forecast but I do have a couple flurry and snow shower chances in there before a brief warm-up by next weekend. But... there's an even more powerful Arctic blast coming our way, the second of two this week, before we get to that point. Details in the video below!