Winter-like conditions, in the form of brutally cold air, will actually arrive tomorrow, which sets the table for Monday's weather. After getting used to temperatures in the 50s/60s the past month or so, the cold air behind an Arctic front that arrives tonight will be a shock to many Mid-Southerners systems! By the time you go out to get the morning paper tomorrow, temperatures will be in the mid 20s with wind chill values in the teens - and it really doesn't improve any from there. Despite the sunshine, highs will barely crawl above freezing tomorrow afternoon. By Sunday morning lows will be in the teens for the entire region, including the city proper, with some outlying areas possibly nearing 10 degrees! Sunday's highs will only be in the upper 30s.
|Saturday mid-day temperature forecast|
|Sunday morning temperature forecast|
|Potential snowfall Monday afternoon (3-6pm) from the European model|
We'll continue to monitor the situation very closely and bring you updates via the MWN Forecast and on our social media feeds, including Facebook, Twitter, and this blog (links below). In addition, our mobile apps for Android and iPhone include StormView Radar with precipitation type (which shows you rain/snow/ice), the forecast, current conditions, and our Twitter feed (without having to sign up for Twitter). Finally, within the apps, you can upgrade to StormWatch+ which will push you notifications of any Winter Storm Watches, Warnings, or Advisories as soon as they are issued by the NWS.
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