The weekend snowstorm is gone, but it left icy roads and sidewalks in its wake. And don’t think the wintry weather is over.
A storm with bitter cold air and snow is expected to hit the Tri-State area by the end of the week, bringing overnight wind chills that are expected to hit below zero.
Frigid temperatures will arrive on Wednesday and will last through the weekend. The wind chill factor is expected to make it feel below zero at times.
The National Weather Service says temperatures will dip to 5 to 10 degrees Wednesday night, and there will be a chance of snow showers in portions of the Tri-State area after midnight. Highs on Thursday are expected to be around 20 degrees, before dropping Thursday night to around zero with wind chills as low as 15 below. Forecasters say highs on Friday will only be around 10 to 15 degrees with partly cloudy skies.
From 1010 WINS