Brutal cold continues… Wind Chill WARNING through Tuesday

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Brutal cold continues… Wind Chill WARNING through Tuesday

Cold Arctic air pouring into Middle Tennessee is dropping temperatures below zero, prompting a Wind Chill Advisory from 9:00 pm Monday through noon Tuesday. Wind chill temperatures will be between 15 and 25 below zero today, especially this afternoon when winds pick up a little. Note the Warnings/Advisories extend in all directions out of Chicago into western IL and Iowa to the west, Wisconsin and Lower Michigan to the north, in into OH to our east and central and southern IL and in to our south (see map below).

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A wind chill warning means the combination of very cold air and the wind will create dangerously low wind chill values. Wind Chill Advisory to 6 PM EST this evening.

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We ended 2017 by tying a record cold New Year's Eve. People venturing outdoors tonight will need to dress for the extremely cold conditions. Cover as much of your bare skin as possible to prevent frost bite. In addition with these frigid temperatures and little recovery during the daytime hours this could cause problems for exposed plumbing pipes.

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Consider bringing any pets indoors and check on neighbors, elderly and homeless.

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