The cold air will continue today as highs struggle to reach the lower 30s.
Winds will not be as strong as what they were Monday afternoon with northerly winds Tuesday morning averaging between 3 to 7 MPH. Nonetheless, the "feels like" temperatures will still hover in the low single digits through the mid-morning hours. Winds will be out of the south at 5-10 mph by the afternoon.
It is imperative that you dress in multiple layers and cover up any exposed skin to guard against the possibility of frostbite, especially if you are going to be outside for a period of time.
This is the first arctic blast of the season and it's important to check on any outdoor pets as well.
Temperatures will moderate and eventually climb back into the upper 40s and lower 50s Wednesday and last into next weekend.
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