Wind chill advisory, record cold high Saturday

With these dangerously cold wind chills, a Wind Chill Warning has been issued for most of interior New England through tomorrow, as well as a Wind Chill Advisory for areas closer to the coastline.

Temperatures were slow to climb during the day, reaching 16 degrees at Baltimore-Washington International Thurgood Marshall Airport by noon. It will still be windy, so wind chill values will again drop to below zero.

A wind chill advisory is in effect through around midday Friday.

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Although warmer days are soon headed for the mid-Hudson Valley, residents will first have to endure a frigid Saturday with possible wind chill values of up to 35 below zero, according to meteorologist John Quinlan of the National Weather Service in Albany.

Wind chills will stay well below zero through Sunday morning, with a slight improvement by Sunday afternoon when wind chills could at least go slightly above zero.

We will see a mix of mostly sunny to partly cloudy skies on Sunday with highs in the low 30s. Winds are light out of the west at 2-7MPH.

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It looks like we will snap our two-week streak of temps below freezing on Monday-but barely with highs only hitting around 32.

A lingering snow flurry in the mountains is expected early Tuesday before a drier midweek slides in.

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