Meteorologist Ed Hanna's 10 p.m. forecast

Meteorologist Ed Hanna's 10 p.m. forecast

Temperatures FINALLY got above 32 degrees for the first time since last Monday 1/20/14! Early afternoon, temps soared into the upper 30's. An arctic front continues to push east and temperatures will continue to tumble overnight along with gusty winds. We expect temps to fall in to the single digits overnight but wind chill values will average 10-20 below zero!

Tonight: Partly cloudy, blustery and very cold. Wind chills averaging 10-20 below zero by daybreak Tuesday! Low: 6

Tuesday will feature a partly sunny sky with biting winds out of the northwest. Afternoon highs will hold in the middle teens with wind chills below zero all day long.

Tuesday: Much colder with partly sunny skies; a biting wind (wind chills below zero all day!). High: 14 Low: 2

The coldest air lingers into Wednesday before some moderation takes place with temperatures.

***Wind Chill Advisory for our area from 1 am overnight until 10 am Tuesday morning***

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