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Bitterly Cold, then Improvement

Record low temperatures in early March run around zero, we've unofficially broken a few of them this morning. Clear skies, nearly calm wind and snow pack combine to bring temperatures down to below zero levels again this morning and wind chills range from minus 5 to minus 15. Wind is light to calm this morning becoming southwesterly late today. High pressure and fair skies dominate the forecast, however, I can't rule out scattered flurries tomorrow and Sunday. As Arctic air retreats a weak shortwave of low pressure crosses the Great Lakes so scattered flurries may pop up at times this weekend. Today's bitter temperatures should be Winter's last bitter slap in the face. A ridge builds and increases temperatures day by day, reaching 50 degrees is a possibility late next week.

Severe Weather Team 6 Meteorologist Tony Martin


 
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