January 12, 2019 03:17 PM
We have been sitting comfortably underneath temperatures that are above normal for this time of year; two days after Christmas we settled in the low 40s and we hit 44°F for a high temperature on January 5th. But starting later next week, Mother Nature is going to be bringing down some much cooler air that looks to last through the second half of January.
Long range models suggest that a series of high pressure systems are going to be sliding south, each one bringing the latest round of Arctic air. The first of these series of highs looks to move south starting Friday, the 18th, afternoon but we won't really feel the cold until Saturday when our high temperatures struggle to climb out of the low teens. Overnight lows going into late next week/next week will most likely be in the single digits and slip below zero.
Created: January 12, 2019 03:17 PM
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