>> Thursday, January 23, 2014

Highs today will be in the mid 30s for most in the piedmont. However, another blast of arctic air will buckle in here by tonight, and lows tonight will head down into the 8-12 degree range by tomorrow morning for many. The wind will still be a factor as well, and therefore, wind chill values tomorrow morning will likely dip below zero for a period of time for some. Up in the mountains, I anticipate widespread wind chills between -20 and -30 later tonight and tomorrow morning. Brutal stuff. 

Highs tomorrow will only warm into the mid and upper 20s in spite of a sunny sky, and I anticipate teens for lows again Saturday morning.

We will see a slight reprieve from the arctic air this weekend, but nothing 'warm' by any means. Highs Saturday through Monday will head into the 40s.

Another big blast of arctic air will then invade the region again by Tuesday. In fact, the Canadian is very aggressive with the amount of cold air with that one. Thereafter, there are some signs of the cold pattern relaxing a bit toward next week.

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