Due to these dangerously low wind chills, a Wind Chill Advisory will be in place beginning at 5 PM on Monday through noon on Tuesday. Our next chance of precipitation comes Saturday night into Sunday morning (next weekend).
Snow will still be ongoing for the Monday morning rush hour.
Accumulations will wind up near an inch for most but some isolated two inch amounts are possible especially to the north and east of Sioux City. Even with emerging sunshine by the afternoon, temperatures will only warm up a few degrees with highs in the teens and low 20s. Temperature steady near minus 17 with a wind chill factor of minus 25. Wind: S 10-15. High: 41.
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Baltimore health department Commissioner Leana Wen issued a "Code Blue" advisory from Saturday night through Monday morning. Wind chills will also be a concern making it feel evening colder.
Friday: Partly cloudy with drier weather by the afternoon. Otherwise, cloudy, then gradually becoming mostly sunny, with a high near 54.
Tuesday into Wednesday is our next chance for a little snow. High temperatures once again running about 15º below normal, only warming to near 20º. Wind chill values as low as -10.