Bracing For Single-Digit Wind Chills

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WBKO 13News First Alert Forecast
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Prepared by Chris Allen
Wednesday, December 27, 2017


An arctic blast moves in for Wednesday bringing quite the chill with it. Though temps will start in the teens and end in the 20s, wind chills will stay in the single digits and low teens all day long. Partly Sunny skies will continue for the final week of 2017 as temps return to the 30s but fall into the teens during the nighttime hours. More arctic air moves in for New Year's weekend with a better chance of snow late Saturday into Monday. Given the cold air and frozen ground, minor accumulations are possible, but there are still many questions to be answered on how the players on the board will come together, or if too much arctic air will overwhelm the moisture all together. Highs by Sunday will struggle to reach into the mid 20s with lows in the single digits!

Your Hometown Weather Leader Forecast...

WEDNESDAY: Partly Sunny and Cold
High 24, Low 12, winds NE-12

THURSDAY: Mix of Sun and Clouds, A Little Warmer
High 32, Low 19, winds W-8

FRIDAY: Partly Sunny, A Bit Warmer
High 36, Low 22, winds NW-6

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