Saturday, April 19, 2014

Cold snap lingers

There is a 40 percent chance of snow tonight, with an overnight low of minus-26 C (15 below zero F).
But southwest winds at five-10 m.p.h. will make it feel more like minus-32 to minus-37 (25-35 below).

Tomorrow will be cloudy and continued cold, with a high of just minus-22 (eight below) that will feel more like minus-34 to minus-40 (30-40 below) with the windchill.
Look for an overnight low around minus-31 (24 below).
Wednesday will be partly sunny, with a high of minus-20 (four below) and low dropping to minus-29 (20 below).
The extended outlook calls for partly sunny skies again Thursday, with a high of minus-17 (two) and low near minus-22 (eight below).
Then Friday will bring a slight chance of snowshowers, along with a high of minus-16 (three) and low around minus-24 (11 below).
The record high for today is seven (45) set in 1990 while the record low is minus-35 (31 below) set in 1958. Normals are minus-six (21) and minus-16 (three).
Sunset today is at 4:18 p.m., with sunrise tomorrow at 7:55 a.m.

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