After starting out in the single digits this morning, we remain cold throughout the afternoon with highs in the upper teens to near 20. Today's cold will challenge the coldest high temperature on record.
The record is 18 degrees, and we're forecasting 18-20 degrees for highs today. Wind chills will stay in the single digits to low teens this afternoon. At least we will see sunny skies throughout the day, but the sun won't help warm us up much with the cold air in place and the snowpack still over the Tri-State.Read full story
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After starting out in the single digits this morning, we remain cold throughout the afternoon with highs in the upper teens to near 20. …