A winter chill arrives

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THE BIG CHILL: We've got the coldest air of the season so far on our hands. Afternoon temperatures in the 20s today tell half the story. You need to factor in the wind for the full story. The winds make it feel in the teens this afternoon and in the single digits tonight. The actual low comes in around 16 under clear skies.

DMA RPM Futurecast Wind Chills

TEMPERATURES TREND UP: Starting Tuesday, our temperatures go on the rise. An area of high pressure helps this process along. It also gives us mostly sunny skies on Tuesday and keeps us sunny through Thursday. Look for highs near freezing on Tuesday. Then, up to 40 on Wednesday, 42 on Thursday, and 44 on Friday.

3-Day Forecast - AM CSV

40S THIS WEEKEND: With average highs in the upper 30s these days, we get our second weekend in a row with above average highs in the 40s. Expect some showers Friday afternoon and Friday night. We'll stay cloudy on Saturday as we dry out. Then, partly sunny skies return for Sunday and Monday of next week.

7-Day Forecast - AM CSV

-Meteorologist Drew Anderson

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