The next leg of the journey will be on the "Arctic Express" which moves through early Thursday morning. In the wake of a strong cold front, we'll see temperatures fall through the 30s during the day with gusty wind as high as 35-40 mph from the west-northwest. In addition, leftover moisture in place from yesterday's system could get squeezed out in the incoming cold air and fall as light rain and/or snow. No accumulations are expected, but there will be a chance to see some snow showers between 7am and noon Thursday. Due to the falling temperatures and gusty wind, wind chill readings in the upper teens to lower 20s will be common Thursday afternoon across the region. It will definitely be colder by the afternoon rush hour than it will be early Thursday morning!
|In the wake of an Arctic cold front, temps will fall into the mid 30s by lunchtime Thursday|
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