WINDY DAY AHEAD
The gusty winds continue today. While not as extreme as yesterday, there is the potential for isolated power outages and minor wind damage. That’s why the National Weather Service extended the Wind Advisory until 5pm. Plan on northwest gusts 30-40mph, with isolated gusts to 50mph.
It will be a chilly day, with temperatures running well below normal despite sunny and dry skies. Highs will only climb to 25-30.
When you factor in the winds, the “wind chill” will not climb out of the ‘teens.
That cold and dry air sets the stage for our next round of wintry weather.
SNOW ON THE WAY:
We’re expecting snow from Wednesday evening through early Thursday morning.
The bulk of the accumulations occur overnight. While we’re not expecting a “major” winter storm, there will likely be enough snow to plow and shovel, with the main impacts being slick and slow travel that will extend into Thursday morning.