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7:00 AM | **Brutally cold Arctic air plunges into the region and there will be several inches of accumulating snow to accompany it**

Paul Dorian

6-Day Forecast


Mostly cloudy today with increasing winds and decreasing temperatures and the likelihood for snow by later this afternoon, temperatures will peak in the 40's this morning and then will drop sharply towards freezing this afternoon


Cloudy, bitter cold, periods of snow, some of which can be heavy at times, lows by morning in the upper single digits


Cloudy, bitter cold with more snow, temperatures holding steady in the single digits, accumulations by nightfall on the order of 4-8 inches

Wednesday Night

Mainly cloudy, cold, some evening snow still possible, lows near zero


Mostly cloudy, still brutal cold, highs near 10


Partly sunny, very cold, near 15


Mostly cloudy, still very cold, upper teens


Partly sunny, very cold, near 20


A brutal Arctic air mass will plunge into the region later today and temperatures by tomorrow morning are likely to be in the single digits. Snow will accompany this invasion of Arctic air beginning late this afternoon and continuing through Wednesday with several inches likely on the Plains on the order of 4-8 inches. To make matters even worse, strong winds will generate even lower wind chill values than the actual air temperatures during the next few days. Temperatures remain bitter cold late this week and weekend although there will be some slight modification in the extreme cold.