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January 11, 2018 02:24 PM

Storm Center Update - Thursday PM January 11

Now that the snow has left (for now), it’s time to deal with the cold.  


Winds will continue to lighten up through the evening and tonight, but temperatures will fall to the single digits and teens BELOW zero.  Any wind that we do have during the overnight will create wind chills between -20 and -35.  


Wind Chill Advisories are out for the overnight and tomorrow morning.


No time to rest, as another round of light snow will arrive tomorrow.  


This one also has a chance of dropping an inch or two of snow, but the winds will be A LOT less.  So, if you wanted more snow than what fell last night you might be able to pick up a little more.


Once the snow leaves, a reinforcing shot of cold air will settle in with lows falling to the teens and 20s below zero for Saturday morning.  While we’ll have sunshine on Saturday, it will remain cold with some highs struggling to get above zero in eastern KELOLAND.


Keep in mind the wind chills.  These numbers will most likely remain below zero for quite some time.  The coldest wind chills will be Friday night into Saturday morning with values between -20 and -35.


Our next chance for a “January Thaw” will be at the end of next week.  By then, highs should return to the upper 20s and 30s to eastern KELOLAND.

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