Arctic air has finally retreated and headed back home! We're looking at a nice break from the bitter temps and wind chills. We're on day 2 of 30 or better for highs. Sunday brought a high of 30 and today/Tuesday will offer a few more degrees. We'll make it easily to the low-mid 30s. Average temps last week were just a bit over 12 degrees compared to our outlook this week of just about 30 degrees. With the warmer air-we'll see a few more clouds.
Just a couple of more days with single digit highs. Afternoon wind chills will hold in the -5 to -15 range with sunny highs near 9. It's a rinse and repeat forecast for Friday with sun and highs near 9. There is some chance for a Wind Chill Advisory again tonight with fair sky lows near -2. Saturday offers increasing clouds and highs near 15. Winds come from the south later day and warm us to about 15. Temps will hold nearly steady overnight Saturday into Sunday.
Closing in on the last days of 2017 and we'll end the year on a frigid note! Wind Chill Advisory is discontinued today at noon. Bright sun and persistent cold air in place this afternoon as highs squeek to about 7. Chills still in the -10 to-15 range. Clouds return tonight as a wave approaches from the northwest. Doesn't have a lot of moisture and will plow into a cold and very dry air mass. Still looks like light snow and flurries around off and on Thursday.
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