PM Update: Cold winds keep on blowing
Cold through midweek; New Year's storm?
After a few relatively mild days, we are back to wintertime reality today as highs struggled to reach 40. Add in a gusty west and northwest wind sending wind chills into the 20s and it's a little less than pleasant. On the bright side, sun has been plentiful and that, along with the gusty winds, will continue tomorrow as we get closer to what could be a somewhat wintry end to 2009.
Through Tonight: Winds continue, and probably even increase a bit overnight with some gusts to near or a little over 40 mph. Unless you're a big fan of cold you might want to stay in this evening as temperatures fall toward lows in the low 20s and wind chills head for the teens. Some clouds may pass through during the evening before skies go back to mostly clear overnight.
Tomorrow (Tuesday): We stay mostly clear and cold on Tuesday with winds gusting to near 40 mph at times. Highs probably have a tough time topping freezing many spots, perhaps up to the mid-30s in the warmest locations, with wind chills stuck in the 20s. Winds should begin to weaken late.
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