DANGEROUS WIND CHILLS TUESDAY, HEAVY
SNOW TO FALL FRIDAY.
Thermometers should drop down to just above zero.
Winds will blow from the West at 8 to 16 mph.
This could produce wind chills less than ten below zero.
Brighter skies expected Tuesday and not as cold.
Keep your pets inside. Water dishes could freeze.
A light dusting of snow expected into Wednesday.
A larger more powerful winter event will roll in on
Friday dumping up to 5 inches over the area by
mid Saturday. Accumulation ranges will be between
2 inches in the lower ends to up to around 5 inches
in higher elevations and points south of I-70.