We'll be in single digits, close to 0, to ring in the new year, with lows back below across the state Monday morning. Wind chills below zero by morning.
Thursday: Mostly sunny, high near 11. New Years Day will be spent below zero as well.
According to the weather service, the frigid wind chills Saturday and Sunday nights will be caused by winds expected to be 7 to 10 miles per hour on Saturday night and about 6 miles per hour on Sunday night.
Thu: High: 30 Low: 11 Mostly sunny. Lake effect snow showers and very cold wind chills are expected for both counties.
Sunday Night: Clear. Wind chills from -15 to -25.
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Tuesday is when temperatures will reach the single digits above zero.
Wednesday: Partly sunny, high near 15. Don't expect any big thaw or warming trend, as high temperatures are expected to remain below freezing indefinitely.
Friday: Mostly sunny, high near 14.
Fri: Hi: 28 Lo: 13 Sunny.
An upper-level low pressure disturbance forecast to move southeast out of the Canadian provinces of Manitoba and Saskatchewan, preceded and accompanied by a band of cloudiness and light snow will pass over our area Sunday, followed by a reinforcing surge of Arctic-source frigid air that will combine with northwest winds to give the extremely cold wind chills Sunday night into Monday. Hang in there, for a long stretch of incessant cold continues indefinitely.