StormTeam Outlook: Wednesday, December 11th, 2019
Meteorologist Taylor Dayton email@example.com
Our Cold Snap Peaks Today With Light Snow Returning Tonight
YOUR FORECAST FOR TODAY: Our blast of frigid arctic air will peak at its coldest point this morning with temperatures in the teens below zero and wind chills dropping into the 30s below zero. A Wind Chill Advisory continues until noon today for these hazardous wind chill conditions. The bright side to all of this cold air is that we will see plenty of sunshine today, but temperatures will only top out near -2° this afternoon. Roads will also likely remain slippery with icy spots due to the frigid temperatures.
TONIGHT: A quick moving system will move through the region tonight and bring a round of light, steady snowfall. A Winter Weather Advisory begins at 10pm tonight and continues until noon on Thursday with about 1-3” of snow expected. Temperatures will actually climb slightly tonight with the snowfall for an overnight low near 1°.
TOMORROW: Snow showers will continue Thursday morning with another round of very slippery travel likely. The snow will taper off into the afternoon hours as temperatures finally climb above zero with a high near 16°.
We will see another chance of light snow on Friday with temperatures pushing into the 20s. The weekend will bring drier, but colder conditions once again.
FRIDAY: Overcast skies with light snow showers and a high near 22°.
SATURDAY: Partly cloudy skies with a stray snow shower possible and a high near 16°.
SUNDAY: Sunny skies and getting colder with a high near 7°.
MONDAY: Mostly cloudy skies and a high near 13°.
TUESDAY: Partly cloudy skies and staying cold with a high near 12°.
Thanks for reading and have a great day!
WDIO Meteorologist Taylor Dayton.
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