Strong winds and frigid temperatures overnight thru Tuesday An arctic cold front will push through, bringing the risk of an isolated snow shower or snow squall overnight. Temperatures will plummet into the teens by Tuesday morning with wind chills below zero by dawn
HOUR BY HOUR FORECAST NOW THRU 6AM TUESDAY
Northwest winds of 15 to 25mph will gust to 50mph thru Tuesday afternoon, possibly leading to some scattered power outages and wind damage. In response, the National Weather Service has our entire area under a “Wind Advisory” now until 4PM Tuesday.
Strong gusts will continue into Tuesday. While they could lead to isolated damage, they will also create bitter cold wind chills. Wind chills will be around zero to -10 degrees in the morning without much of a recovery through the day. Afternoon highs will struggle to hit the freezing mark and wind chills will be in the ‘teens even with bright sunshine.