After the weekend snow we’re now feeling the Monday big chill. The 4-6 inches of snow we saw now as a “crunch” this morning. We’ve received so many great photos I want to share a few more with you.
Thanks to Mike and Theresa – they apparently want to “build a snowman” or have found Olaf’s siblings.
Sue has found her spring flowers in Springfield.
A Wind Chill Advisory is in effect until 11am for all of the Miami Valley. Wind chill values will be from -10 to -15 at times this morning.
We’ll see a lot of sunshine today but it really isn’t going to warm us too much. In fact we’re going to be close to breaking a record again today.
High pressure will build in for the day and keep us sunny but cold.
Tonight temperatures will fall below zero. By early Tuesday morning we’ll see readings a few degrees below zero and may tie or break a record.
Temperatures will warm up a little for the middle of the week but we’ll still be below normal.
The slightly warmer temperatures will be temporary….highs will fall again for Thursday and Friday.