A series of cold fronts will roll through the area today bringing with them very cold temps and dangerous wind chills. Temps today will begin in the low to mid 20’s for most and won’t move up more than a degree or two before they begin a steady fall. By tomorrow morning, above zero temps look to be confined to the immediate coast as WNW winds howl at up to 50 mph. Snow showers and squalls will periodically traverse the area today and if one happens to find you, expect brief but intense snow, a quick coating/inch, and reduced visibility. These squalls will be most likely in the mountains but anyone is at risk for seeing one as the fronts pass through.
Wind chills tonight and tomorrow morning will be dangerous and wind chill warnings are posted away from the coast where wind chill advisories are up.
Stay warm, more snow and ice arrives Saturday.