Tonight: Dangerously cold temperatures move into the area with our Wind Chill Warning taking effect tonight starting at 10 PM. Delaware County is also in a RED TRAVEL WARNING starting at 10 PM and will last until tomorrow morning around 8 AM. Low tonight will be -12° with winds from the west at 20-25 mph. Wind gusts up to 30-40 mph possible. 


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Tomorrow: Tomorrow morning we will expect to see the coldest wind chill temperatures of the day around 8 and 9 AM. Wind chill values of up to 40 below possible. High temperature tomorrow will be below 0°. Wind Chill Warning will last all through the day until Thursday morning. Take extra precautions tomorrow. Be sure to limit outdoor exposure and cover every part of skin that may be affected by cold air.


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7-Day Forecast: After the arctic blast moves on, we will see an impressive rebound in temperatures heading into the weekend. A system moving in on Thursday night can bring a wintry mix and snow showers for Friday. Accumulations of around an inch can be possible. Moving through the weekend we will see the sun with upper 30s on Saturday and 50 degrees on Sunday with showers possible. The start of the work week will be above average in temperatures and some scattered showers with the warming. 

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-- Assistant Chief Weather Forecaster Morgan Strackbein

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