Let’s All Enjoy The Warmest Day of The Work Week!

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Thursday morning temperatures have mainly stayed above zero. Partly cloudy skies with a light westerly wind. 

This is the warmest day this week as we enjoy the mid to upper teens. A few 20s in the south are not out of the question. Wind stays out of the west around 5-15 mph. The afternoon will be highlighted by not just the warmer temperatures but also the mostly sunny skies. 

Lows tonight will be very similar to last night with many single digits above zero. Snow will move through parts of the south late tonight and very early Friday morning. A light accumulation is possible in the I-94 corridor. 

We’ve been talking about this weekend plunge all week and it’s almost upon us. Prepare for dangerous wind chills for both Saturday and Sunday as they’ll drop to as low as -50. Wind Chill Warnings are likely through the weekend. 

Here’s a look at the potential wind chills for Sunday morning. This happens to be the European model.

We’ll rebound for the next work week back to the teens by Tuesday. It appears this could be our last stint of subzero daytime highs. 

-Amber Wheeler, KX Storm Team 

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