Wind Chill Advisory in effect through Wednesday morning


WIND CHILL ADVISORY is in effect through 11 a.m. Wednesday. Under clear skies, temperatures will drop to near zero with wind chills falling to minus 10 to minus 15 by morning.

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QUICK-LOOK FORECAST

  • Skies clear as temperatures drop overnight
  • Bitter cold with wind chills below zero
  • Tracking late-week snow chances

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DETAILED FORECAST

Wednesday: Wind Chill Advisory stays in effect through 11 a.m. Despite sunshine returning, it will remain bitter with highs only reaching into the lower to middle teens. Wind chills will hover near or below zero for much of the day.

WEDNESDAY: A Wind Chill Advisory remains in effect through late morning. Despite sunshine returning, temperatures will remain bitter with highs only reaching into the lower to middle teens. Wind chills will hover near or below zero for much of the day.

RELATED: County-by-County Weather 

THURSDAY: More clouds arrive with temperatures moderating slightly. Highs will be near 20 degrees.

FRIDAY: A tad warmer for Friday with temperatures in the low 20s during the day. Possible scattered light snow and breezy.

SATURDAY: Scattered snow showers will be around with colder temperatures only reaching into the middle 20s. It will remain blustery.

SUNDAY: A bitter cold day is expected under partly cloudy skies. Temperatures will likely start out below zero in the morning with highs reaching into the middle teens.

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