Sub-Zero Wind Chills Persist

5:30 PM, Jan 24, 2013   |    comments
Steve McKay
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Plenty of sunshine again today, along with plenty of sub-zero wind chills.  Don't expect any significant changes for the next few days, as we are locked-in to a sunny but very cold pattern.

Low pressure tracking to our south will swing some cloud cover and perhaps brush us with some light snow Friday night into Saturday morning.  The sky will brighten during the day Saturday with a cold air mass still in place along with some sub-zero wind chills; Sunday will bring sunshine and cold conditions.

Finally, as high pressure starts to ease to our east on Monday, out temperatures will begin to moderate as a southwest wind develops on the back side of the departing high.  Incredible as it may seem, we may see some rain showers toward the middle of next week with highs in the 30s to around 40.  Big temperature changes ahead!

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