TRACKING: Cold Temperatures

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Plenty of cold weather will track into the region over the next couple of days as high pressure moves through the area.

Winds will be light, but won’t help warm us up at all.

Lows tonight will drop into the single digits, but we won’t be close to record lows… those records are in the negative teens. However, we could see wind chills of zero to ten below zero by morning.

We should have plenty of sunshine on Friday, but it will remain cooler than normal.

We do have a bit of a warm up through the weekend.

And we should warm a bit more into next week. And we stay mainly dry, although the next system will bring rain and snow to the area on Wednesday.

 

Eileen Loan

Eileen Loan

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