After a round of snow, cooler temperatures expected throughout the state

Updated: February 17, 2020 10:36 PM

Parts of the state were doused in snow Monday night, while others got away with a light dusting. To follow that up, expect cold temperatures. 

Going into Tuesday, temperatures are expected to be cold with a stiff wind. The high is forecast to reach 20 degrees, with a low dipping below zero overnight Tuesday. Along with the cold weather, the wind will be between five and 15 mph, making the windchill drop to a possible low of -12 degrees. Luckily there should be some sun mixing between the clouds throughout the day.


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