Current Official Hourly Observation (taken at :53 on the hour)
Today – Afternoon High 9, Overnight Low 4
Precip. A few flurries will fly today, but no meaningful accumulations are expected.
Winds. Will start to die down tonight and tomorrow, relieving us of the more extreme wind chills.
Temps. Cold will continue the next 48 hours. Check out these temps (wind chill):
Noon 8 (-10) . 3p 9 (-9) . 6p 7 (-10) . 9p 6 (-9) . Midnight 6 (-8)
Our Wind Chill Advisory remains in effect:
Prolonged exposure to cold temps is discouraged.
Tuesday – Mostly Sunny – Morning Low 4, Afternoon High 18
3a 5 (-7) . 6a 4 (-7) . 9a 8 (-1) . Noon 14 (6) . 3p 17 (9) . 6p 16 (9) . 9p 15 (9)
Mostly sunny, but without the strong winds, the wind chill will be about 15 degrees “warmer.”
Wednesday – Partly Sunny – Morning Low 13 . Afternoon High 38
Thursday – Small AM Chance of a Wintry Mix – Morning Low 28 . Afternoon High 43
Our NWS is not really concerned about any snow or sleet that may mix in late Wednesday night or Thursday morning. We’re forecast to be above freezing around 9 AM, if not before, so any frozen precip won’t survive long Thursday.
Temps return to normal Friday through the weekend, with rain in the forecast.
The Intern will be along with an update this afternoon.
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