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Wind chill could hit 10 Tuesday night


National Weather Service forecasters are calling for the coldest weather of the season as Arctic air overspreads the region starting Monday night.

On Tuesday and Wednesday, the highs will struggle to make it past the mid-30s. The low Tuesday night could fall to 17. The wind-chill value could reach 10.

The low Wednesday night is predicted to reach 20.

Temperatures will begin to warm up a little on Thursday and Friday. The high on Friday will reach 50, forecasters said.

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CURTIS said...

FOR ALL YOU STUPID PEOPLE THAT WILL LEAVE YOUR "PETS" OUT DURING THIS EXTREMELY COLD WEATHER, COVER THEM UP REAL GOOD OR EVEN BETTER, LET THEM SLEEEP IN THE ENCLOSED GARAGE OR THE HOUSE. THEY WILL LOVE YOU SO MUCH MORE.

Monday, January 21, 2013 at 4:54 PM
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