Bone-Chilling Cold Friday But The Worst Is Yet To Come
Friday will be another day in which temperatures hold nearly steady throughout the day. Air temperatures will be in the teens but we expect the wind chill to dive below zero and stay there through the nighttime hours. Flurries and snow showers will fade away by midday but can return late at night.
Saturday will be another cold January day. Some light snow or flurries will visit at times into Saturday night. Accumulations will be small but surfaces can continue to be slick. Sunday will also feature the occasional snow shower.
The forecast for Monday includes a good chance for midday and afternoon snow. While temperatures may warm briefly Monday night, the coldest air of the season will quickly surge into The Valley for midweek.
Next week's arctic outbreak: likely to rival the cold we had in JAN 2018, JAN 2014 and FEB 2015. It's unlikely, but I can't rule out a temp colder than -16 Wednesday night, which would make it our coldest night since the all-time record of -22 in 1994. pic.twitter.com/4ybEOI6uq3— Eric Wilhelm (@EricWFMJ) January 24, 2019