9:00 AM | Snow event is over...Arctic air is firmly in place...next Arctic blast arrives on Monday and this one could be a record-breaker
Bitter cold with strong winds, despite sunshine temperatures will hold nearly steady in the upper teens, wind chill values below zero
Brutal cold with mostly clear skies and calmer winds, lows drop to near five degrees above zero
Bitter cold start to the day, but then some noticeable modification, but still quite cold despite sunshine, highs in the low 30’s
Mostly clear, cold, lows in the low 20’s
Cloudy, cold, chance for some freezing rain early, rain late upper 30’s
Partly sunny, becoming windy, rain showers early then snow showers possible, temperatures peak early in the mid-to-upper 30’s then drop during the day as the next Arctic invasion arrives; incredibly cold at night
One of the coldest days in years…brutally cold, windy with ineffective sunshine, temperatures likely holding near 10 degrees with more incredible cold at night
Still very cold with some sunshine, mid-to-upper 20’s
Our snow event is now over and Arctic air is firmly entrenched in the region. Temperatures dropped to the teens overnight and will struggle hard just to climb towards the 20 degree mark - despite a full day of sunshine. Wind chill values will be below zero at times today as winds gust up to 40 mph. Low temperatures tonight will fall to within a few degrees of five above as the winds calm down and clear skies combine with fresh snowpack to allow for great cooling conditions in this Arctic air mass.
After a very cold start on Saturday, noticeable modification will occur during the afternoon and Sunday will feature temperatures climbing through the 30’s although some rain, ice and/or snow is possible. Then the next Arctic blast arrives on Monday and this one looks even colder than the current air mass. In fact, there will be a widespread area of below zero readings in the early-to-middle of next week across the Midwest, Great Lakes, Northeast and Mid-Atlantic regions and below zero readings are even likely in the big cities along the I-95 corridor.