The Wind Chill Advisories and Wind Chill Warnings are in effect and while most of the counties will see these expire tomorrow at noon, the east and northeast will see the very low wind chills last into Thursday. You can see the latest for your county here.
We are holding on to some slight chances for snow near the Black Hills tonight but otherwise, skies are looking clear to mostly clear with very cold overnight lows. Central and east KELOLAND will have lows fall to the 20s and 30s below zero.
Wednesday will be the coldest day of the week with afternoon highs still below zero for much of KELOLAND. The west will be warmest with afternoon temps in the teens to near 20.
Thursday we, at least, begin to see relief from the extreme cold. Morning lows will be in the teens and 20s below zero with afternoon highs in the single digits, teens, and 20s for central and east KELOLAND. The west will see the arrival of the much warmer air as they see highs in the 40s.
Friday and the weekend looks much warmer with highs in the 30s, 40s, and 50s for western, central, and southeast KELOLAND. The northeast will see afternoon temps mostly in the teens and 20s, which is still a nice recovery from the frigid cold they’ll see on Wednesday.
Next Sunday and Monday is when we’ll see our next chance for widespread snow in KELOLAND. Stay tuned as we bring you latest throughout the week.