Arctic air to ease as snow chances return

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Near record lows this morning and more sunshine on the way, as stable air holds across Indiana.  By the way, the record low for today is -9° set back in 1885! So far, we’ve been as cold as -5° here in the city.   Temperatures will climb under sunshine again today but still very cold this afternoon compared to the average high of 39° this time of the year!  Some counties are under a wind chill advisory until 9 a.m. Here is your timeline:

A winter storm continues to bear down on the southeastern US with a mix of ice, snow and rain, which could really impact air travel in and out of Atlanta over the next 24 to 36 hours!  Heavier snow to set up in the Carolinas with some spots seeing over 6″ of snow by tomorrow night!

Our next chance of snow arrives on Friday with some accumulations possible just in time for Valentine’s Day weekend, with another round possible Saturday night into Sunday morning. Signs of a warm-up for Monday with a return to 40° temperatures, something we haven’t seen in nearly 2 weeks (February 1st)!