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Midday Forecast, Friday January 3, 2014

Temperatures will be in the single digits across much of the region, but the wind chill will be well below zero throughout the day.
Updated: Friday afternoon, January 3rd
Reported by: Meteorologist Steve Newton

The first of two arctic blasts has moved into the region for today. Snow will be blowing around today with sub-zero wind chills for much of the day and air temperatures in the upper single digits and low teens. Don’t let the sun’s appearance fool you; it will be quite cold across the region. Only a few clouds will be around during the overnight hours with temperatures in the low to mid single digits, and I won’t rule out sub-zero temperature readings on your personal stations. The cold will ease this weekend as some relatively warm air moves in from the south. Temperatures will reach the mid to upper 20s Saturday and low to mid 30s Sunday. A cold front is going to move through late Sunday and early Monday, bringing another round of showers. It will start as rain then turn to a mix before ending. Behind that front is another arctic blast which will be stronger than what we’re seeing now, with temperatures falling below zero across the region by Monday night/early Tuesday morning. We will get another relief toward the second half of next week.
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