Closings: Schools, churches, day-cares and businesses
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The ice and heavy rain are done, now it’s wind and deep cold we will focus on. Wind gusts have been as high as about 45mph Saturday as Arctic air pours back into the region in a west-northwest flow. This evening temperatures will fall into and through the 20°s and overnight we drop into the teens. But the gusty winds will make it feel much colder than that. We wake up Sunday with wind chills near 0°. The sunshine we saw late in the day Saturday is with us all day Sunday, but it won’t really make us feel any warmer. Highs Sunday in the low 20°s, but the wind will make it feel 10 degrees colder.  An even colder morning Monday, we wake up in the single digits for temperatures. Wind speeds will be starting to ease, but still wind chills will be near 0° out the door. Schools will be closed for the Dr. King holiday, but other morning early commuters will need to be ready for the deep chill.  -Angela Hutti

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