Wind Chill Advisories Tonight Into Tuesday

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Updated: 1/27 11:33 pm
Midnight Update:  Temperatures have fallen into the upper single digits to mid teens as of 11pm, with wind chills around -5 degrees for Lexington.  Wind Chill Advisories continue through 11am Tuesday for areas east of I-75, yet all of us will have the chance for experiencing -10 degree wind chills.  Tuesday will be our coldest day of the week, with partly sunny skies and a high of 10 degrees.  Wednesday will feature mostly sunny skies with a high of 20 degrees.  Temperatures will be back into the mid to upper 30s for Thursday and Friday, with highs back in the low to mid 40s by Saturday.  Another chance for a wintry mix of rain and snow will return Friday into the weekend. 
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Wind Chill Advisories continue for locations east of I-75 tonight through early Tuesday. We’ve got a few more days of arctic air over the region, before temperatures moderate for the end of the week.

TONIGHT: Sub-zero temperatures will be felt in many areas overnight, with low temperatures around -1 degrees. Winds will be light, yet wind chills will still make it feel like -10 degrees at times. Skies will remain mostly clear to partly cloudy overnight.

TUESDAY: Our coldest day of the week will be Tuesday, with a high of only 10 degrees. Skies will be mostly to partly sunny, with wind chills around -5 degrees.

TUESDAY NIGHT: Skies will remain mostly clear, with an overnight low temperature of -2 degrees.

WEDNESDAY: Mostly sunny skies continue for Wednesday, with winds turning more southerly, which will begin our warming trend. However, Wednesday high temperatures will remain chilly, with a high of only 20 degrees.

THURSDAY: High temperatures get above freezing Thursday afternoon, with partly sunny skies and a high of 36 degrees.

FRIDAY – WEEKEND: The chance for a wintry mix and rain will return on Friday, as a cold front settles into the region. Despite mostly cloudy skies and the chance for precipitation, high temperatures will be around 39 degrees. Saturday will be even warmer, with a high of 44 degrees, and the chance for lingering rain showers. Sunday will feature mostly cloudy skies with lingering rain showers, and a high of 38 degrees.

NEXT WEEK: At the beginning of next week, temperatures look to remain in the upper 30s to around 40 degrees.


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