A continued stiff north breeze will keep our wind chill values dangerously low throughout our Sunday, so make sure to limit any skin exposure to the bitter cold air. Wind chills are subzero and as temps struggle today, we will see most of the morning and evening with subzero wind chills. Although it won't be as cold as it was on Saturday, the wind is still making it feel a good 10-20 degrees colder than the actual air temperature. This results in low wind chills. Southwest winds 5 to 10 miles per hour.
The Wind Chill Advisory will last all of Sunday and even include Monday morning. Winds will continue to gust to 24 miles per hour on Monday, the up to 30 miles per hour on Monday night.
But the National Weather Service says winds will turn single-digit to below-zero temperatures into dangerously low wind chills today and especially tonight.
Clouds increase Wednesday afternoon ahead of a snow chance Wednesday night and early Thursday.
Wind chill warnings were issued for the area, with some areas seeing wind chills of 30-below zero. Partly cloudy. Lows near zero.
On Monday, temperatures should warm back to the middle and upper 30s with partly sunny skies.
NIGHT: Not as cold.
Monday night: Clear. Wind: SW 5-10.
Monday will be a cool day with highs likely only reaching the mid to upper 40s despite abundant sunshine. West wind 5 to 15 miles per hour.