First Alert: Dangerously cold wind chills, slick travel conditions
(KFVS) - Dangerously cold wind chills and slick travel conditions continue into tonight.
The wind chills could cause frostbite in just 30 minutes today. Please wear lots of layers if you do have to go outside today.
Much of the Heartland is under a Wind Chill Warning.
Laura Wibbenmeyer says we’ll have cloudy to partly-cloudy skies today, with scattered flurries likely.
Windy conditions will make it feel like zero all day. Actual air temperatures will range from 5 degrees to 12 degrees from north to south.
More sunshine is expected on Christmas Eve and Christmas day.
Highs will only be in the 20s through the weekend.
Scattered snow showers are possible Christmas night into Monday with some minor accumulations possible.
A big warmup is expected through the second half of the week. By Thursday and Friday, 50s will return with the chance of rain.
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