Temperatures Expected to Continue to Plummet

December 28, 2017 10:42 PM

After warmer temperatures and light snowfall, temperatures are expected to continue to drop, according to KSTP Meteorologist Jonathan Yuhas.

Yuhas said Friday is expected to see a high of four degrees, with wind chills of -5 to -15 degrees. He added that wind chills on Friday night are expected to be brutally cold, reaching -25 to -35 degrees.

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Temperatures on Saturday are aren't expected to rise above zero. Northwest winds during the day are expected to produce wind chills of -20 to -25 degrees during the day. The evening could see wind chills of -25 to -35 degrees.

Yuhas said Sunday will be cold, however, winds will not be as terrible. He expect wind chill temperatures at midnight on New Years to be at -12 degrees.

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Yuhas said the next time temperatures are expected to average is Jan. 6.

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