Very Cold but With Sunny Skies Today, Watching for Snow Friday Night -Derek Sibley
Lots of sun today but cold air continues to pour into our area today with very cold wind chills! Snow is possible near the end of the week.
Wind Chill Advisory in Effect
A Wind Chill Advisory remains in effect until noon today. Wind chill factors of -30F are expected. Dress warm, limit time outdoors, and don’t forget about pets! Wind chill this cold can cause frostbite in as little as 30 minutes.
Today’s Planner: Mostly Sunny & Cold! High Temperature 8F. Winds NW 10-15 MPH
Temperatures this morning are below 0 under mostly clear skies. Mostly sunny skies continue into the early afternoon with temperatures rising above 0. Skies continue to clear, and by late this afternoon will have sunny skies with temperatures remaining in the in the single digits. Temperatures will drop below 0 again by early this evening.
Snow Showers Friday Night?
Snow showers will form along a cold front and move into the Coulee Region Friday night and early Saturday. At this time, snow accumulations do not look too significant with maximum totals approaching 1-2in for parts of the area.
Next 8 Days
High’s tomorrow will be warmer in the upper teens under partly cloudy skies. A low-pressure system with an associated cold front will move into the area to give us a chance of snow Friday night into early Saturday. Another low-pressure system will bring a chance of snow to the area on Monday of next week. Highs in the teens and 20s and lows in the single digits and below 0.
Meteorologist Derek Sibley
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