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Tracking a frigid night with lows in the single digits

TONIGHT: Becoming mostly clear with diminishing winds. Lows in the single digits with wind chills between -3 and 0.

TOMORROW: Mostly sunny and cold with highs in the upper 20s to around 30.

EXTENDED: It's been quite a chilly day in comparison to yesterday with most places struggling to get to or past 25 degrees. Northwesterly winds are keeping the wind chill between 10-15 degrees, but thankfully start to die down into this evening. That said, as skies clear out we'll see lows falling into the single digits, prompting our overnight WAD. Even with a light southerly breeze in the morning, the wind chill will still fall to a few degrees below zero. It will be a cold start at the bus stop but a few degrees warmer by afternoon thanks to the south wind shift. Thursday will bring more cloud and perhaps a few flurries or sprinkles as another front moves through early in the day. We'll get to about 40, but behind this system we'll drop back to just below freezing to end the week on Friday. The weekend looks warmer, but a disturbance will bring clouds Saturday into Sunday, keeping temperatures in the lower 40s. We'll start off in the low 50s next week, but a more active southwesterly jet stream will finally send more precipitation our way with rain as early as Tuesday night, lasting into next Wednesday. From there we'll have to keep an eye on temperatures to determine the precipitation type.

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Jessica Hafner

Jessica Hafner returned to ABC 17 News as chief meteorologist in 2019 after working here under Sharon Ray from 2014 to 2016.

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