Bitterly cold for the new week

January 20th, 2013 at 6:06 pm by under Weather

The cold front has moved through and temperatures have dropped today but they’ll fall even farther for Monday and Tuesday.  Take a look at temperatures throughout the day.  Our high was actually recorded shortly after midnight so even though the almanac page says 45 it wasn’t even close to that this afternoon.

The cold air will really be the story throughout the next couple of days.  Already we’re feeling the change with temperatures more than 20 degrees cooler than yesterday.

We’ll see a few flurries as a another weak disturbance drops through on Monday morning.  I’m not expecting any accumulation but we’ll definitely see a good deal of clouds throughout the day on Monday as well.

Of course the big weather story the next few days will be the cold air.  This is something that many of us will have to take precautions as well.  The air temperature will be so cold that any type of wind will create wind chill values below zero.

Here’s a look at Monday afternoon temperatures.  Many of us around the Miami Valley will stay in the upper teens and will struggle to get to 20.

Monday night and early Tuesday morning will be a cold one.  Temperatures will fall into the single digits and wind chill values will be below zero as the kids head to the bus stop Tuesday morning.

The mercury doesn’t move very much for the afternoon on Tuesday.  Highs stay in the lower teens.

Stay warm and be sure to bundle up when you’re outside!  Those wind chills will make it feel much colder!  Temperatures do moderate a little for the end of the week.

Tara
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