Wind chills could drop to 30 below 0 by Monday morning

January 4, 2014

superior electric 250Wind chill temperatures between 20 and 30 below 0 are possible Monday morning. The National Weather Service states that a wind chill alert remains in effect from late Sunday night through Tuesday afternoon with . Wind gusts of 25 to 35 mph Sunday night and Monday could create blowing and drifting snow.

People are being advised to avoid prolonged exposure to the outdoors during the time of the advisory. Poor visibility in blowing and drifting snow are possible Monday.

The forecast is as follows:

Sunday: Sunrise, 8:20 a.m. Scattered flurries and snow showers expected. High temperature of 19 degrees F with winds north-northeast at 10 to 20 mph. Chance of snow, 30%. Sunday night, winds increasing to 22 mph from the north-northwest with a 60% chance of snow. Low temperature of 6.

Sunset: 5:23 p.m.

Monday: Chance of snow, 50% with a high temperature of 5 and a low of -1. Snowfall, 1 to 3 inches expected with wind northwest at 22 mph.

The outdoor report for Mason County is sponsored by Superior Electric of Ludington: 231-845-0126; www.supelectric.com.

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