Dangerous Cold Will Stick Around, Then A Warm Up

Well, it snowed. Which has left some roads a mess, if you have to go out today, take it nice and easy. Also, the kiddos are probably going to want to play in the snow, however, this is not ideal playing-in-the-snow weather. In fact, it may be tongue stuck to flagpole cold. I wouldn’t try and see for yourself though.

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We are still under a Wind Chill Warning until noon today. That will then be replaced by a Wind Chill Advisory from noon today to noon Saturday. Wind chill values have been hanging around twenty below zero all morning and will likely continue. Wind chill values will not get above zero today. Frostbite can occur in as little as fifteen minutes. If you have to be outside, wear multiple layers and do not leave skin exposed.

Our high temperature today is 13°, which would break the record of lowest high temperature for December 23 of 14° set in 1989. Yikes. The HRRR model laughs at that and thinks we don’t get out of the single digits…

Temperatures will remain below freezing until Monday afternoon, and even then, some of us may not make it past 32°. Wind chill values will also continue to be dangerously low throughout the weekend. If you are going to the Titans game, multiple layers, hand warmers, and a whole lot of patience for this team will be needed.

Monday afternoon/evening, models are hinting at a clipper system swinging through our area and bringing us some snow chances. This is still highly questionable, as temperatures may be above freezing, and the atmosphere is expected to be super dry. A dusting or so looks like the high-end possibility.

Tuesday looks like we’ll make it to the 40’s and keep going on up from there, eventually getting into the 60’s (!!) by late next week. Looks like we may be leaving 2022 and ringing in 2023 with some rain. More deets on that as we get closer. Stay warm!

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