Gusty winds usher in arctic cold

Good afternoon, everyone. We continue to track a strong cold front across the state today as it brings another round of high winds to the region. These winds are ushering in the coldest stretch of weather since back in November.

Let’s start with today and move forward. Temps spike into the 50s on our gusty southwesterly wind. That wind may gust to 50mph or a little greater from time to time. That would be enough to cause some issues, again.

Gusty showers will roll through here ahead of the front. As the front moves through, temps crash by more than 20 degrees in a few hours and that could bring a few evening flakes into the area.

Here are your Saturday radars to keep you company:

Temps rise into the 50s this afternoon then come crashing down this evening. The arctic cold temps quickly sweep in, giving us wind chills that are frigid:

Temps moderate for the second half of the week as we watch another storm system. This one may continue to trend farther southeast than what the models currently have and we are seeing:

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Have a great Saturday and take care.

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