NWS: Temperatures 'well below normal' expected New Years Eve

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The National Weather Service in Huntsville has issued a WIND CHILL ADVISORY for midnight Sunday night until 11 a.m. Monday morning.

"A Winter Storm Warning is in effect until 6 pm for western Grant and western Pendleton Counties".

That office stressed Saturday that it had issued a wind chill advisory that will remain in effect all day Sunday for the 17 counties in north-central and northeast Kansas served by its Topeka office.

On Friday, the NWS released a Hazardous Weather Outlook warning of the likelihood of risky wind chills ranging anywhere from 15 to near 30 below zero in the region and continued bitterly cold temperatures through the coming week.

Snow, frigid cold are on tap
Local temperatures will remain below freezing most of the week with a blast of arctic air causing them to plummet this weekend. Across northern Maine, New Hampshire and Vermont, mid-morning temperatures were in the negatives or single digits.

A Wind Chill Warning means the combination of very cold air and the wind will create dangerously low wind chill values.

Sunday morning, wind chills will range from zero to five below.

As we ring in the New Year, temperatures in Baltimore will be near 12 degrees.

High 18, low 3. Temperatures this cold can induce frost bite. At night, skies will become cloudy, and lows will dip to 14 degrees.

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Tuesday night: Mostly cloudy, low around 6.

Many churches in the area have cancelled Sunday services.

Fri: Hi: 28 Lo: 13 Sunny.

Here in Charm City, our last day of 2017 will be partly sunny with a chance of flurries in the afternoon.

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