Risky wind chills continue across the area

Casey Dawson
January 2, 2018

Wind chills in parts of the Upper Peninsula are forecast at between -25 and -30 degrees.

The National Weather Service has issued a wind chill advisory for southeastern MI and the Upper Peninsula this New Year's Eve.

2018 got off to a frigid start in Chicago as much of the area is under a Wind Chill Warning or Wind Chill Advisory. Wet winter weather will not impact travel or road conditions through the holiday. The wind chills will drop to -10 to 0 by morning. Afternoon highs will only be in the single digits to lower teens for Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. The cold air sticks around on Tuesday as many head back to school. Boston hovers around 5 degrees at midnight and not that far off the record low of -3 the morning of New Years Day.

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Monday will also bring #2 of the Supermoon Trilogy. For us, the physiological response is to generate more heat in order to maintain a surface temperature. That 7 day stretch of 20 or colder has only happened once in Boston's recorded history, 100 years ago. Temperatures today expected to be 10-12 degrees colder, in the middle 30s.

Fri: High: 35 Low: 14 Sunny.

Sun: High: 42 Low: 29 Mostly cloudy, slight chance of rain/snow.

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