TONIGHT: The Arctic wind arrives under a clear sky. Wind chills near zero at times with wind of 10-15 mph. Lows 11/16.SUNDAY (NEW YEAR'S EVE) Sun and cirrus clouds, but very windy and bitterly cold! Wind chills will remain in the single digits all day. If you are heading to the Eagles game, make sure to cover ALL exposed skin. High 20. The temperature around midnight will be 11 degrees with a wind chill of 0.MONDAY (NEW YEAR'S DAY) Mostly sunny, windy and frigid!
TONIGHT: Clouds will be on the increase later in the night ahead of our clipper system set to arrive first thing in the morning. Lows will sit between 12 and 19.SATURDAY: A band of snow stretching through the lower Great Lakes will arrive in our area around dawn starting in the west and then moving off to the east through the day. It won't be snowing all day, but the steadiest period of light snow will occur in the late morning into the midday hours.
TONIGHT: The good news is overnight the winds will be relaxing, but the mercury will drop to frigid levels once again. Lows will range from 7 in the outlying suburbs to 12 here in Center City.FRIDAY: Clouds will increase overnight and Friday starts off cloudy as an upper level disturbance rolls through. By afternoon those clouds will be breaking for some sunshine. Maybe a flurry or two in the northwest suburbs, but this comes through dry overall.
This will be a very nice weekend considering its mid to late January. Temps in the 50s with lots of sunshine. Time to get outdoors and enjoy some fresh air. Plenty of winter still to come. https://t.co/Rle0DV0kEu
On the mend. After several days of severe sickness running through the entire house, I'm just strong enough to hit the air tonight at 10 and 11pm. Was the hardest week since having kids w/both us and the kids very sick. #parenting#hardestjobhttps://t.co/fC6XyN9NIx
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Selecting a term
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Find results that mention multiple specified terms, use AND or
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