The snowstorm has moved away...now time for a dangerous Arctic blast. Here is Dave's forecast:
The big snowstorm that blasted the region over the weekend has moved out. A general 10 to 18 inches of snow fell, though a few locations received close to 20 inches. Snow showers will continue into Monday, with another 1 to 3 inches possible, along with blowing snow.
The main weather feature now will be the dangerous wind chills. Wind chills may approach 40 below zero through Monday afternoon, with actual temperatures not getting above zero in some places. If you must be outdoors, it's essential to be prepared and dress in layers, and keep an extra hat and gloves in your vehicle as backup. Please keep the pets inside! Tuesday will be much better, with mostly sunny skies and highs in the teens (still cold though).
A weaker storm system is expected to bring a light mix of snow and rain Wednesday and Thursday, as high temperatures climb well into the 30s. We'll keep you updated. Colder temperatures will once again move in as we head into next weekend.