Last Day of Arctic Chill Before Mild Week

The snow showers have tapered off, but wind chills in the single-digits will make driving dangerous in spots.

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    NEWSLETTERS

    Frigid temperatures now. Find out when there's a chance for flurries. (Published Sunday, Feb 12, 2012)

     

    The brisk chill around the tri-state Sunday will break by the week, and temperatures will return to the mid-40s by the beginning of the work week. 

    Leftover slush from Saturday's storm may result in patches of ice, but it's not widespread. Temperatures will remain in the teens, with wind wills near zero in many spots this morning.

    It will barely get above freezing today, and Monday will start off cold but return to a seasonal low in the 40s.

    By mid-week, expect temperatures as high as 50.

    SUNDAY: Partly cloudy, windy and bitter cold.  A few afternoon flurries.  NW wind 15-25 mph gusting to 40mph.  Wind chills teens and 20s, with high of 33.

    SUNDAY NIGHT: Breezy and very cold, with a low of 25 and Wind chills single digits burbs.

    MONDAY: Mostly sunny skies, breezy and cool. High of 42.

    TUESDAY: Mostly Cloudy & Mild, a few sprinkles or flurries at night for Valentine's Day.

    WEDNESDAY: Mild, Slight chance of showers, with a high of 47.

    THURSDAY: Partly Sunny, mild with a high of 47.

     

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