Continued cold, more snow possible Sunday

Posted January 15, 2018

The winds will still be breezy in the afternoon, but the temperatures will not rebound.

After a cold Tuesday, the rest of next week will have gradually warming temperatures.

Snow flurries and brief bursts of light snow will continue through the mid-morning hours, primarily northeast of Tulsa across far northeast Oklahoma and southeast Kansas.

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Highs on Sunday are expected to be in the low 30s with wind chills making it feel more like the mid-20s.

Environment Canada says an Arctic ridge of high pressures is building into Manitoba bringing with it overnight low temperatures that could drop down to around the -30 C mark.

Residents should plan for hard travel conditions, including during the morning and afternoon commutes on Monday, possibly continuing into the Tuesday morning commute.

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Today will be mainly sunny with winds up to 15 km/h. Luckily we have light winds, so there isn't much of a wind chill.

Monday temperatures in southern DE are expected to stay just above freezing with highs at 34 degrees, but in Wilmington the highs are only 29 degrees, according to the National Weather Service. Wind: N 15-25; gusty. Wind: N 10-20. Low: 1.

Thu: Hi: 38 Lo: 26 Partly cloudy.

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While we still don't see a guarantee of snow in our immediate future, we do have another chance on Tuesday.