High Pressure Leads to Clear and Cold Friday
A strong ridge of high pressure moved directly overtop the Tri-States Thursday night into Friday morning, leading to generally clear skies and very cold conditions. Temperatures dipped several degrees below zero, marking the coldest temps of the season to date. Temps will be slow to warm through the day, not really climbing into the teens to near 20 until late afternoon. With such a cold start, it is still very important to bundle up when headed outdoors.
Temps will drop once again into the teens Friday night. However, a gradual warming trend begins through the weekend, with the chance for some flurries or snow showers as several weak systems pass to the North. For more details, tune in to WGEM News at 5 and 6.
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