By Matt DeLucia, CBS2 Meteorologist/Weather Producer
Good morning! We’re waking as much as comparatively delicate temps for mid-January. Sure it’s chilly, nevertheless it’s nowhere close to what’s on the best way in lower than 24 hours! Temps are within the mid 30s across the metropolis and higher 20s to the north and west.
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Today will probably be a transition day of kinds. First, a robust storm is pulling off to the northeast properly offshore. We’ll choose up some gusty winds by the day, though temps received’t crash simply but. We’ll be round 40 levels noon.
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Into the afternoon and particularly night, temps begin dropping as an arctic entrance nears. By the time we get up Saturday morning, precise temps are within the single digits and teenagers. Wind chills? Yikes… under zero for everybody!
Saturday itself is dry, however very chilly. Temps will wrestle to get into the low 20s feeling like the only digits all day. Sunday is nearer to 30, and the daytime hours are effective. Sunday evening into Monday is our subsequent winter storm and as of now, it appears to be like like a blended bag of snow altering to rain. Stay tuned for extra particulars over the subsequent couple of days!
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For now… prepare for an additional arctic blast!