Well, New Year’s Day will be warmer than New Year’s Eve. More arctic cold will arrive for Thursday and Friday.
It will be a dangerously cold night across West Texas.
Tomorrow is going to be just as cold as today.
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If you’re headed out tonight to take in a New Year’s Eve ball drop, there’s one basic wardrobe hurdle to overcome: Can you fit a snowsuit over your outfit?
Wednesday will see a slight warmup with a high reaching 28 and a low of 14.
Bitter cold greeted the New Year in Baltimore, with temperatures throughout the region in single digits.
It will be even colder to start the month of January.
How much snow falls is dependent on the exact track of the storm center. High temperatures may be back to around 20 degrees by next Saturday, and soar to near 30 degrees by next Sunday. Wind chill numbers will reach -5 to -15 at times.
There is a Wind Chill Advisory until Monday at 10:00a.m., with the wind making it feel like 10 to 20 below zero at times. For related traffic news, check out Dr. Gridlock. Highs will struggle to get out of the 20s.
A clipper system will make it’s way into the Great Lakes on Wednesday and as it pushes east there will be an increase in cloud cover in our neck of the woods. Winds will shift more out of the west at 5 to 15 miles per hour, gusting to 20 miles per hour. Expect wind chills to range from 30 below zero to 40 below zero. Temperatures will finally moderate heading into the middle of the week.
SNOW POTENTIAL INDEXA daily assessment of the potential for at least 1 inch of snow in the next week, on a 0-10 scale.