Freezing rain, sleet possible late Sunday

Freezing rain, sleet possible late Sunday

Freezing rain, sleet possible late Sunday

Now comes the next phase of this brutal winter season: Another blast of bone-chilling Arctic air.

This advisory follows another wind chill warning that was issued Thursday afternoon and was in effect through 10 a.m. Saturday.

Monday is a good news and bad news situation.

Because of the frigid temperatures, coupled with wind gusts that can get as high as 40 to 45 miles per hour Thursday night, the weather service has issued a wind chill advisory for many parts of the region.

"Please take proper precautions if heading outdoors for a long period of time", the National Weather Service advised in a forecast discussion.

Freezing rain could return to the Tri-Cities Friday, according to the National Weather Service.

Low temperatures will be around six degrees Saturday night, with wind chills possibly dropping to -15.

The skies may be free of snow, but New Yorkers are facing wind chills that could drop as low as -15 degrees Saturday. The high Saturday is expected to be around 11 degrees and wind gusts of 30 to 40 miles per hour are possible at any point into the evening, though the winds will die down overnight, Quinlan said.

Some sleet may also mix with the rain in central and northeast Missouri.

Derry said highs Monday through next Thursday should be in the 20s, with clouds on Monday and next Thursday and sun Tuesday and Wednesday.

Snowfall totals have been considerably lower in western sections of the Garden State.

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