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Snow begins early morning on Monday, followed by dangerous cold Tuesday

TONIGHT: We will see snow ending by nightfall, but clouds will stick around. Temperatures will remain steady as our next chance of snow fast-approaches along a cold front that will arrive by midnight. It looks to be a fairly quick hitting event, but has the chance to produce an area-wide 1″ snowfall with isolated areas seeing closer to 2″. The system as a whole is a little stronger than previously modeled, but still looks to be a minor event. The National Weather Service has issued Winter Weather Advisories for the entire viewing area that begin at 9pm tonight, lasting until Noon tomorrow. Most areas will see snow ending by sunrise.

MLK DAY: Temperatures will be falling into the middle-teens by the time we get to the afternoon hours with breezy conditions throughout the day. Winds will be out of the northwest at 10-20mph, gusting to near 30mph at times. You will need extra layers as wind chills will be below zero for most of the day.

MONDAY NIGHT: A wind chill advisory will go into effect starting at 6pm and last until Tuesday morning. We’re going to see dangerous arctic cold across the area, with air temperatures below zero, and wind chills -15 to -25 degrees. Make sure to bundle up in layers out the door Tuesday morning!

EXTENDED: Temperatures will hover in the teens on Tuesday, you will need to continue bundling up. This cold doesn’t have nearly the same grip as the one that brought in the new year. We moderate into the low 40s by Thursday and to near 50 by the weekend. Watch ABC 17 news and check back on our website for the latest updates to your forecast.

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