8:15PM February 26, 2020

QUITE COLD NEXT TWO MORNINGS: WIND CHILL VALUES NEAR 25° BY DAYBREAK… Now that a cold front has passed through our area, temperatures are rapidly falling. While the air temperature will likely be near or just above the freezing mark, ongoing wind out of the northwest will make the air FEEL colder tonight than it actually is. Wind chill values by 6AM on Thursday will be in the mid-20s across our region. If you’re headed out in the morning, be sure to bundle up and take into account the 10-15 mph wind that will be happening. Friday morning is set to be even colder on the thermometer, but the wind chill won’t be as low as wind out of the northwest will have subsided quite a bit.

SUNNY DAYS UPCOMING… Thursday, Friday, Saturday, and Sunday look SUNNY and dry. Clouds are on the way out this evening and we should have full sunshine for the next four days. Temperatures on Thursday will peak only in the mid-50s, thus we’ll need to keep the jackets around all day. Temps rebound into the 60s on Friday afternoon ahead of slightly warmer (but still coolish) temperatures for the weekend.

I’ll have your next full forecast video posted by 7:15AM on Thursday. See you then!

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