...Another very cold night on tap for the Natural State... Arctic high pressure is well established across the region at this time which will set the stage for very low temperatures tonight. In fact, overnight lows will be anywhere from 20 to 30 degrees below normal for this time of the year. Temperatures at this hour have already dropped into the lower to mid 20s across the state. With little if any cloud cover and calm conditions likely, temperatures are expected to bottom out in the teens to lower 20s. Even a few single digit readings can not be ruled out in the normally colder areas. On the bright side, there will be little wind so wind chill values will not be exceedingly low. However, even the slightest breeze will make it feel that much colder. The Arctic high will begin to loosen its grip on the state starting Wednesday with southerly winds returning. This in turn will start a moderating trend with our temperatures that will continue through the remainder of the week. Until this cold snap eases, remember to protect your pipes, bring your pets inside and always dress warmly if heading outside.
Current Condition: Clear
Wind Speeds: 4.2mph
Chance of Precipitation: 0%
Temperature: 51/27 Clear throughout the day. Friday:
Temperature: 49/22 Clear throughout the day. Saturday:
Temperature: 51/30 Clear throughout the day. Sunday:
Temperature: 50/35 Overcast throughout the day. Monday:
Temperature: 58/35 Mostly cloudy throughout the day.