Another blast of Artic Air moves across the state

After a seasonable and quiet day on Saturday, we're waking up to subzero temperatures Sunday. Most of the state is under a Wind Chill Advisory through Sunday afternoon as a Northwest flow will bring wind chills to as low as -35°. 

The bitter cold will carry us into the start of the work week, as Monday temperatures will struggle to get above 5°, with sub-zero wind chills. If left unexposed, skin could become frostbit in as little as 10 minutes. So be sure to bundle up! 

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After Monday, relief is in store as our temperatures will head back to seasonable. By Wednesday, we'll see a rebound of the 20s, and by weeks end we reach the 30s.