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Evening Forecast Tuesday, January 21st, 2014

Arctic air is moving in and will not leave for a while.
Updated: Tuesday Evening, January 21st, 2014
Reported by: Chief Meteorologist Joe Murgo

Some places had more than a few inches of snow while other spots got nothing today. The snow is moving out but another frigid air mass is moving in. And while it won't be as cold as what we had earlier this month, the arctic air will hang out for a longer time as the mercury will stay below 20° into the weekend. Temperatures tonight will drop to within a few degrees of either side of zero tonight with lower wind chills. Because of this the National Weather Service has issued a wind chill advisory through Wednesday morning. Clouds will break for some sunshine on Wednesday but that sun will only be out for moral support. Temperatures will only rise to near ten. A disturbance will bring flurries and snow showers to the region on Thursday with highs only in the teens. Friday will also be quite cold despite some sunshine with highs in the lower to middle teens and a frigid wind. The mercury will try to reach above 20 in spots each day over the weekend with scattered flurries and snow showers.
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