Wind chill warning still in effect; measurable snow Thursday night

Ready for another day of cold?

The National Weather Service still has a wind chill warning in effect through noon Thursday. The numbers haven’t changed much. Wednesday night will see a low of -26, but wind chills will be a bit better than Tuesday night at -30 to -40 due to less wind.

A newer element is the forecast of snow. Thursday night the NWS is forecasting 1 to 2 inches of snow.

Local schools have closed for Thursday. Many local businesses are also closing or modifying hours. It may be worth a phone call to see if an entity is open before venturing out.

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The warm-up starts Friday, says the NWS, with a high of 21 and a low of 12 Friday night. The trend goes up from there. High temperatures should reach 37 on Saturday, 45 on Saturday and 47 on Monday. Mixed freezing rain and rain precipitation is possible Saturday, Saturday night and Sunday. Plain old rain is likely Monday.


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