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Another Wind Chill Advisory

Updated: 12 hours ago

QUINCY (WGEM) -A Wind Chill Advisory has been issued for parts of the Tri-State area. That counties under the advisory include Scotland County, Clark County, Lee County, Hancock County and McDonald County. The Wind Chill Advisory is valid until 9 AM Wednesday for wind chill values down to 20 to 25 below zero. In the Quincy area I only expect wind chill values to get down into the 10 to 15 below range. Wednesday morning lows temperatures will be around zero in Quincy and five below to six below in the areas that are under the Wind Chill Advisory. The next potential for precipitation is very limited. It looks like a storm system will move just to the north of the region. We may see some flurries Thursday afternoon through Thursday night in association with that storm system. After the flurries potential exits we will be set up for a bit of a chilly day on Friday. Then we see a general warming trend through the end of the seven day forecast with temperatures next Tuesday near 50 degrees.

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Updated: 12 hours ago
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QUINCY (WGEM) -A Wind Chill Advisory has been issued for parts of the Tri-State area. That counties under the advisory include Scotland County, Clark County, Lee County, Hancock County and McDonald County. The Wind Chill Advisory is valid until 9 AM Wednesday for wind chill values down to 20 to 25 below zero. In the Quincy area I only expect wind chill values to get down into the 10 to 15 below range. Wednesday morning lows temperatures will be around zero in Quincy and five below to six below in the areas that are under the Wind Chill Advisory. The next potential for precipitation is very limited. It looks like a storm system will move just to the north of the region. We may see some flurries Thursday afternoon through Thursday night in association with that storm system. After the flurries potential exits we will be set up for a bit of a chilly day on Friday. Then we see a general warming trend through the end of the seven day forecast with temperatures next Tuesday near 50 degrees.

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