Bitter Wind Chill Ahead

Tonight: Mostly cloudy skies this evening with a 30% chance of snow flurries. We will see a low of 7 degrees in addition to strong gusts of westerly winds from 10-15 mph and high as 21 mph at times.  The wind chill will be bitterly cold as frigid air moves into our region so be sure to bundle up tonight. 

Tomorrow: On Friday we expect partially cloudy skies the majority of the day with a few glimpses of sun towards the evening. The temperatures will drop with wind chill values as low as -7 early in the morning so allow ample time to warm your car up in the morning. The  northwest winds will be moving in at around 6-8 miles per hour. 

7 Day Forecast: Although Arctic temperatures are moving into Valentines Day this Friday, a high pressure system will be moving in giving us some above average temperatures to look forward to in the coming days. We can expect some precipitation alongside the warm temperatures though. Be safe this weekend!


---Weather Forecaster MeKayla Cooper

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