Bitterly cold with cloudy skies and late-day snow.
Lowlands: Mid 20s.
Mountains: Mid teens.
Snow showers, evening snow squalls. Mostly cloudy and frigid.
Lowlands: Single digits.
Mountains: Near 0.
Frigid with morning flurries then some PM sunshine.
Lowlands: Mid teens.
Mountains: Upper single digits to lower teens.
Record challenging low temperatures. Very cold with sun then increasing PM clouds.
Mostly cloudy and not as cold with snow showers.
Cloudy with rain and snow showers.
Mostly cloudy with scattered rain and snow showers. Chilly.
Intervals of sun and clouds.
Light snow on the way Friday afternoon. Busts of heavy snow possible
this evening. Snow will continue into Saturday morning with accumulations.
This should be a dry and fluffy snow which is much easier to clear off from
your car and weighs less on power lines.
A Wind Chill Advisory means that very cold air and strong winds will
combine to generate low wind chills.
A Wind Chill Watch means that there is the potential for a combination
of very cold air and strong winds to create dangerously low wind chill values.
This will result in frostbite and lead to hypothermia if precautions are not
taken. If you must venture outdoors, make sure you wear a hat and gloves.