Tuesday morning opens in Campbell County with temps in the 30s and a few patches of falling snow flurries. Black ice is a concern as readings work their way below freezing this morning.
It was 50-degrees just after midnight which serves as Tuesday’s high, because since, temperatures are steadily falling and will spend the balance of the day in the 20s. Wind chills or feels-like temperatures hold in the teens.
Morning snow flurries leave as skies bring some sunshine after lunch. It’ll be partly cloudy with a low of 16 and bitter wind chills.
Wednesday brings the coldest day and night of the season, so far. Mostly sunny with a high of 24 and dangerous wind chills are on tap tomorrow ahead of a Wednesday night low of between 5 and 10-degrees to go along with a sub-zero Wind Chill Index.
Temperatures begin moderating by Thursday with a mild weekend around the corner. (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 01/29/2019-6AM)