Tuesday Evening Forecast, January 7th, 2014

The arctic air mass will slowly depart the region.
Updated: Tuesday Evening, January 7th, 2014
Reported by: Chief Meteorologist Joe Murgo

The coldest air in decades will slowly slide off to the east over the next couple of days. Tonight will still be frigid with lows near to slightly below zero but at least the wind will not be as strong as last night. Though because of low wind chills, a wind chill advisory remains in effect along and east of I-99 with a wind chill warning farther to the west. The arctic air mass will continue to depart Wednesday. While it won't be as bitter, temperatures will only rise in the teens to the lower 20s, We'll see both clouds and sunshine Wednesday with scattered afternoon flurries. A disturbance will bring more clouds along with the chance for scattered snow showers Thursday. Despite the clouds, temperatures will return into the lower 30s. We'll turn even milder Friday with more clouds than sunshine and just the chance for a snow or rain shower. Saturday will be breezy and even milder with rain showers and temperatures returning to the middle 40s. Behind that disturbance Sunday will become partly sunny with just the chance for a shower or flurry. The near to above average temperatures will last into early next week.
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