A Wind Chill Advisory means that cold air and the wind will combine to create low wind chills.
Mostly sunny, north wind at 15 miles per hour.
"Lake Effect Snow Warning for areas south for southern Erie, Chautauqua and Cattaraugus counties from 1pm today to Sunday early morning for 10 to 20" of snow, those highest amounts close to the lakeshore.
A Wind Chill Advisory will go into effect later tonight for all of southeastern MI. As temperatures drop below zero and winds gust over 20 miles per hour, risky wind chills between minus 20 and minus 35 degrees will hit the Chicago area New Year's Eve.
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The coldest day time high will be 5 degrees above zero, and that's expected Monday. Frost bite and hypothermia can occur if precautions are not taken.
Strengthening northwest winds will direct a surge of arctic-source cold into northern IL and northwest IN on Sunday night. We will also see just enough wind to give us wind chill values below zero.
"These wind chills will cause frostbite in as little as 10 minutes to exposed skin", the weather service's Topeka office said on its website. A similar copy and paste forecast from Saturday night to Sunday night will be in the works.
Wednesday night: Partly cloudy, low around 0.
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Tue: High: 23 Low: 0 Sunny.
Thu: Hi: 27 Lo: 9 Partly cloudy.
Wed: High: 32 Low: 13 Sunny.
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