Wind chills below zero expected Sunday morning
Sunday, January 19, 2020
Your NBC15 Weather Authority Forecast from Meteorologist James Parish:
Today's Weather Impact Scale: No Impact
Tonight's Weather Impact Scale: No impact
Good Sunday morning! The WIND CHILL ADVISORY has been canceled. Widespread dangerous wind chills are not longer expected this morning. It's still going to be cold, even by January standards. Please make sure to bundle up before heading out the door this morning. Wind chills will remain 5-10 degrees below zero through 11 a.m.
Wind chills won't warm above freezing until around lunchtime. Luckily, temperatures will warm into the teens, so dangerously cold weather is not expected this afternoon. The wind probably won't start to die down until this evening, though. Highs today will be in the upper teens to near 20 degrees, which is below average for this time of year. With a piece of energy passing to our west today a snow flurries will be possible today.
Tonight will be another cold night. Single-digit temperature readings are expected tonight into Monday morning. A few negative temperature readings will be possible. Expect a mostly cloudy sky and scattered flurries. No Accumulations are expected.
The weekend will continue for many on Monday. On M.L King Day, expect a mostly sunny sky and highs near or just above 20 degrees. Monday will likely be the pick day of the holiday weekend.
The brief break from the snow will continue through Tuesday. Highs on Tuesday will be near 20 degrees. Our next big weather maker will arrive towards the end of next week and into the following weekend. This is when our rain and snow chances will start to increase again. This system could also bring in some relatively mild air as well. Highs towards the end of next week will be in the mid to upper 30s.