RaysWeather.com: Say ‘Goodbye’ To Mild Temps; NWS: Two Surges of ‘Dangerously Cold Wind Chills’ on Way

Published Wednesday, February 11, 2015 at 9:34 am
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Hard rime formed on trees and bushes in the High Country overnight. Photo by Ken Ketchie

 

By Jesse Wood

Feb. 11, 2015. Prepare for some “dangerously cold wind chills” that will follow a cold front Thursday afternoon and into Friday morning, according to the National Weather Service’s Blacksburg, Va., office.

Then on Sunday morning, the NWS notes that a “second surge of even colder Arctic air” will drop wind chill values to 10 to 25 degrees below zero in the mountains.

In addition, RaysWeather.com forecasts snow showers developing on Thursday that will leave one to three inches through much of the region and four inches or more along higher elevations in the west.

“Snow showers and flurries accompany that second cold blast Saturday evening, less snow than Thursday,” RaysWeather.com notes in its forecast discussion.

For Boone, here are the highs and lows that RaysWeather.com is forecasting through Sunday:

  • Thursday: 29-8
  • Friday: 26-16
  • Saturday: 35-2
  • Sunday: 14-4

Check out RaysWeather.com for more details.

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