Wind chill in the teens for Tuesday morning

First Alert Forecast

Any rain, sleet and flurries will come to an end as skies clear overnight with breezy NW winds sticking around, Tuesday morning wind chill values will be between 16 and 23 degrees. 

Despite the very cold start, the sun will be out for Tuesday Groundhog Day with cool high temps in the upper 40s with a breezy NW wind between 10-20 mph.  Temps will slowly warm for the rest of the work week with highs in the low 50s Wednesday and plenty of sunshine. 

More clouds move in by Thursday with rain showers developing into the afternoon and evening.  Rain will stick around through the early part of the day on Friday with seasonal temperatures in the middle 50s.  More scattered showers will develop along a cold front for Saturday with temperatures in the middle 40s. 

Colder and drier air rushes in for Sunday with high temps on in the 30s!  Next week is also looking below average to start with more cool days in the 40s ahead.

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