Chilly, cloudy day expected Wednesday

January 22, 2019 10:50 PM

More cold is on the way, according to KSTP Chief Meteorologist Dave Dahl. 

Dahl said temperatures Wednesday will likely be below average for this time of year, reaching only a high of 20 degrees. 


A cloudy day is expected as well. 

Check weather conditions in your area with the KSTP weather page 

Dahl said there is a chance for flurries late Wednesday night into Thursday.

On Thursday, an Arctic blast is expected, according to Dahl. 

Dahl said wind chills Thursday could be -30 to -35 degrees. Dahl said the wind is expected to stick around Friday.

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