Wayne's Overnight Forecast - January 22, 2014

Another blast of arctic air is moving in followed by a slow warming trend that will eventually take temperatures above average on Sunday.

**Wind Chill ADVISORY Midnight to Noon Thursday**

OVERNIGHT:  Variable Clouds.  Windy & Frigid with Scattered Snow Showers (More East-Southeast of Evansville) Ending Early.  Low 5-10 with a Wind Chill of -15 to -5.  Sunrise 7:01

THURSDAY:  Clouds Giving Way to Some Sun.  Windy & Much Colder with a High of 10-15 and a Wind Chill of -15 to 0.  Winds WNW 15-25

THU NIGHT:  Clearing Skies & Frigid.  Low 0 to 5.

FRIDAY:  Mostly Sunny.  Very Windy & Not as Cold with a High in the Mid 20s.  Winds SW/S 20-30.

Chief Meteorologist Wayne Hart
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