Wind Chill Advisory in effect; bitter cold temps to start 2018


Bitter cold temperatures will continue throughout the region to start 2018, Storm Center 7 Meteorologist Brett Collar said. 

Wind Chill Advisory has been issued for the entire region through noon Monday. 

RELATED: Snowy end to 2017

QUICK-LOOK FORECAST

  • Wind Chill Advisory issued for the region through noon Monday
  • More snow possible later Wednesday into Thursday 

>> What does wind chill mean and how is it calculated?

>> How much snow fell in Friday night’s storm?

DETAILED FORECAST

NEW YEAR’S DAY: More sunshine is expected for Monday with some passing clouds. 

“It will be a cold day Monday with highs only in the upper single digits,” Collar said. “Wind chills will struggle to get above zero.”

>> What affects the type of snow we see?

TUESDAY: Another cold day is expected with temperatures in the morning starting out between 5 below zero and 10 below zero. Highs will only make it to the upper teens with partly cloudy skies. 

>> Download the WHIO Winter Weather App to track conditions on your mobile device

WEDNESDAY: The chance for snow returns during the evening. Clouds will stick around through the day with highs in the upper teens.

THURSDAY: Lingering snow showers are expected with highs in the lower to middle teens. 

FRIDAY: Partly cloudy skies and cold temperatures again with highs only in the lower teens. 


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