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Early Wintry Conditions for much of the Eastern 2/3rds of the U.S.; Warm and Stagnant Air in the West

Arctic air will bring snow, freezing rain, gusty winds, and some of the coldest temperatures of the season east of the Rockies early this week. Heavy snow with potential for freezing rain will be possible for a wide swath of New York. Lake effect snow will produce heavy snow downwind of the Great Lakes. Warm temperatures continue in the West along with air quality issues in the interior Northwest. Read More >

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Last Map Update: Mon, Nov. 11, 2019 at 6:13:15 pm CST

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A very chilly Monday night is in store for North and Central Texas with temperatures falling into the teens and 20s and wind chills in the single digits and teens. A strong and gusty north wind will continue between 20 and 30 mph with some gusts near 40 mph. There is a slight chance of a light rain/light sleet mix across parts of Central Texas this evening. No sleet accumulations are expected.
Cold and windy conditions will continue overnight, and a Wind Advisory will remain in effect through 6 AM Tuesday. Winds of 20 to 30 MPH with gusts to 40 MPH can be expected across much of the area. This will produce damgerous wind chills in the teens to single digits during the overnight hours.
Winter-like temperatures are expected Tuesday and Tuesday night. Breezy winds will make it feel about 10 degrees cooler. Pipes, plants, pets and people need to be protected during this time period. Temperatures will be noticeably "warmer" on Wednesday and will continue to slowly rise for the remainder of the week.
Widespread freezing temperatures are expected both Monday night and Tuesday night following a strong cold front. Make sure you are thinking about the 4 Ps: Pipes, Plants, Pets, and People! Also, shut off sprinkler systems to avoid creating icy patches on roads or sidewalks.
Strong winds allow heat to be removed from our bodies more efficiently, thus making us feel colder. The average body temperature is 98.6 degrees, and hypothermia begins when our body temperature drops 2-4 degrees. If you have outdoor plans Monday afternoon and Tuesday morning, please bundle up and take precautions to block yourself from the winds!

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