WEATHER NOW: Below Zero Wind Chills

Forecast

TONIGHT:

A chilly night as temperatures dip down to the single digits after a cold front passed through this evening.

Wind chill values will be down near and even below zero north of I-74.

TOMORROW:

High temperatures tomorrow only make it to the upper teens and Wednesday will be much of the same. A little warmer by the end of the week.

THE WEEK AHEAD:

Wednesday morning could be the coldest of the season with below zero temperatures and wind chills -10 to -15.

Snow chances are still slim, with only a minor disturbance possibly bringing some light snow Thursday/Friday.

DROUGHT MONITOR:

The latest Drought Monitor came out on Thursday and shows clear conditions.

LONG TERM FORECAST:

February may start out with a more active pattern and temperatures closer to normal.

– Chief Meteorologist Kevin Lighty

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