Bitter cold on the way

Bitter cold on the way

Bitter cold on the way

Morning low temperatures on the 1st and 2nd of January could dive into the single digits.

Saturday will be mostly cloudy but very light winds and milder with a high of 67. "This will be one of the coldest New Year's Eves the Panhandle has had in quite a while".

Low temperatures New Year's Eve will get down below zero and high temperatures on New Year's Day will only be around 10, but the wind chills will make it feel like it's below zero at times. The high temperature for Sunday is likely to occur shortly after midnight, Sunday morning, and the low for Sunday will likely occur just before midnight, Sunday night. As a first year homeowner, Theroux- has already started preparing her home for cold weather.

TUESDAY: Sunny and cold. Wind: Light and variable.

Little to no accumulation of wintry precipitation is expected at this time.

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The bitter cold will ease a bit after Monday, but not much. A tight pressure gradient will develop between the high and a storm system off the coast, so this will lead to a stiff northwest breeze kicking back up.

This blast of arctic air will ease mid-week with highs in the upper 30s on Wednesday, but another lobe of arctic air will move in for Thursday and Friday. Plenty of sunshine and calmer winds don't help temperatures much Saturday, they only rise to the upper teens to near 20 degrees.

Our current deep freeze began in the late afternoon on Christmas Day.

Be sure to familiarize yourself with the signs of both frostbite and hypothermia, and be sure to take plenty of breaks indoors in order to keep internal temperatures as well as extremities like fingers, toes, ears and noses from freezing over. If our current forecast holds true, the deep freeze will last 11 days, perhaps even longer!

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