Updated Storm Team 4 forecast 7:12 p.m. Wednesday, Feb. 10
An extremely cold, but dry weather pattern will impact the area through Sunday. It will be the coldest all season with dangerous wind chills likely Sunday morning. For Wednesday night, some scattered flurries will move through with increasing winds. It will be windy Thursday with temperatures feeling like they are in the single digits at the bus stop and only teens during the afternoon. It will stay cold Friday, but the winds will be lighter.
Saturday and Sunday will feature highs only in the low 20s and wind chills in the single digits and teens. Saturday will also be quite windy. Dangerously cold air will impact the area late Saturday into early Sunday. Remember to check on elderly neighbors and don’t keep your pets outside for too long. Presidents Day is looking pretty nice with warmer air and skies become cloudy. Some rain and snow showers are possible late in the day with rain more likely on Tuesday. Stay with Storm Team 4 as we continue to update the wind chills through the weekend.
WEDNESDAY NIGHT: A chance of snow flurries, mainly before midnight. Windy and colder.
Lows in the teens to lower 20s
Winds W-NW 10-20 mph and gusty
THURSDAY: Partly to mostly sunny, windy and cold.
Highs near 30
Winds NW 15-25 with gusts over 30
Wind chills in the single digits in the morning…teens in the afternoon.
FRIDAY: Mostly cloudy and cold, but the winds will be much lighter.
Highs in the low to mid 30s
SATURDAY: Partly sunny, windy and bitterly cold. A few flurries.
Early high in the upper 20s, with temperatures falling to the lower 20s in the afternoon.
Wind chills 0 to 10 above
SUNDAY (Valentine’s Day): Mostly sunny. The winds will diminish, but wind chills will be dangerously cold (below zero) early in the day.
Highs in the lower 20s
MONDAY: Increasing cloudiness and warmer. A chance of rain and snow showers by late day.
Highs in the mid to upper 30s.
High this afternoon was 39. Low this morning 29. Normal High/Low: 46/30
Records today 68/-8
SUNSET WAS AT 5:39 PM SUNRISE THURSDAY AT 7:05 AM SUNSET THURSDAY AT 5:41 PM
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