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Wednesday's Forecast:Some of the coldest air we've felt so far this year will greet us as we head out to start our day. Temperatures will be in the upper teens to upper twenties below zero, with 'feels like' temperatures falling into the upper forties to low fifties below. Keep that skin covered! We'll likely see a good amount of sunshine, which will help to make things feel a tad warmer, but with the wind we'll have in place (NW 10-15), it'll feel downright frigid! Temperatures at night will take a dive again into the teens and twenties below zero with 'Feels Like' temperatures again falling into the thirties to forties below zero. Due to the arctic temps/wind chills a 'WIND CHILL WARNING' is in effect until 6am on Thursday. Stay safe everyone! Keep that skin covered and keep those pets inside!
Warm Weather Watch:I wish I could say we had a lot of hope, but I don't think that's the case. There's a chance we could see double digit above zero highs heading into the weekend south of the Twin Ports, but I think the rest of us will be stuck in the single digits above zero. Clouds will roll in Thursday helping us to stay in the single digits below zero for lows, giving us a break from the oppressive arctic air.
December 11th Climatology:High (avg/rec): 23/53; 1913Low (avg/rec): 9/-27; 1977Last Year: 14/5 - Cloudy with Light SnowSunrise/set: 7:44am/4:20pm
On This Day In...1972 – Apollo 17 becomes the sixth and last Apollo mission to land on the Moon.
Thanks for logging on and have a great rest of your day!Jason Sydejko