After a disastrously warm first three weeks of January, cold air has finally returned to the region overnight thanks to some gusty NW winds moving in from Canada. We are, believe it or not, right around where we “should” be this time of year as far as temps are concerned. Highs will range from the low 10s up north to the mid 20s in the south. Gusty NW winds will gradually subside as we move into the afternoon which means wind chill values will creep up from -10 in the south and -20 in the north to about +5-10 in the south and -5-10 in the north. Bundle up if you’re headed outside!
Skies will range from overcast NW of the mountains with a few flurries possible to mostly sunny along the coast.