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Tracking the return of dangerously cold temperatures



A powerful cold front will move through this morning. This front will bring some of the coldest air we’ve seen so far this season. Temperatures will hold steady or even fall a few degrees throughout the day under mostly cloudy skies. An icy wind out of the north will create wind chills in the single digits. A few rain-to-snow showers will be possible for folks close to I-44 but most will stay dry today.


It gets even worse tonight as lows fall into the single digits themselves. That breeze will stick with us, leading to wind chills 10 to 20 below zero.


Temperatures will only top out in the teens tomorrow, even with a full dose of sunshine. Lows will once again visit the single digits Thursday night, but that breeze will let up a bit more. Wind chills below zero will be possible, but likely not as widespread or extreme. We’ll turn those winds around on Friday and warm up into the upper 20’s. We keep the warming trend going this weekend as highs reach the upper 30’s to low 40’s. We’ll keep the seasonal weather around to start next week before a front moves through Monday afternoon. That will send us back into the 20’s for highs on Tuesday.

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Kevin Schneider

Kevin Schneider gives the latest forecast each weekday morning on ABC 17 News.


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