Sub-zero wind chills today, near-record cold tomorrow morning - abc27 WHTM

Sub-zero wind chills today, near-record cold tomorrow morning

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Skies will clear quickly in the wake of the coastal storm, so plan for plenty of sun today but also brutal cold.

Wind chills between -10 and 0 will be common during the morning hours with highs only reaching the teens.

The winds back off later today and will lead to a calm overnight.

Saturday begins with single digit temperatures and clear skies.

Temperatures quickly moderate by the end of the weekend as a southern stream of moisture brings a mix of rain and snow by Sunday with temperatures in the mid 30s for highs.

Another shot of extreme arctic air will follow behind the system to bring near record cold to the state next Tuesday and Wednesday.

Next Tuesday will feature some of the coldest air in nearly two decades.

The last time Harrisburg International Airport dipped below zero was back in February of 1996. We'll get close next week!

Some light snow returns by next Thursday -- lots of winter activity in the near year so far!


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