Update on the Snow and Bitter Cold Forecast for Next Week
As you know, a couple of days ago, the National Weather Service and Eyewitness Meteorologist Ron Rhodes said we could see light snow on Monday and highs barely in the 30's early next week. Well, that forecast is holding steady and here's a look at the latest predictions.
According to the National Weather Service, we do indeed have a chance of light snow on Monday. However, the big story is bitter cold temperatures.
From the NWS- A brief period of light rain and snow is forecast on Monday and Monday night. Very little, if any accumulation at all, of snow is possible on Monday. Wind chills could fall into the single digits Tuesday morning, with teens and twenties likely Monday night through Wednesday morning.
AccuWeather is calling for a light "icy mix" Monday night with lows near 16 degrees and RealFeel of 8! Tuesday, we're looking at a high of 29 degrees. Tuesday night, it gets even worse. They're calling for the low to dip down to 13 degrees.
The Weather Channel is calling snow as well, possibly mixed with sleet. Take a look.
We'll keep you posted on the developments and the potential for light snow and bitter cold temperatures.
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