Frigid Air

Cold. Chilly. Frigid. Bone chilling. Freezing.  Name an adjective and you’re probably right!  After only reaching the lower 20s on Saturday afternoon, temperatures will tank overnight.

Single Digits Overnight

Single Digits Overnight

Lows in our area will plummet into the single digits, with below zero temperatures not far away in northern Iowa!  Temperatures this cold during this time of the year are a bit unusual, but not unheard of.  On average, our low temperatures for late November are often in the middle 20s.

Below Zero Wind Chill

Below Zero Wind Chill

Factor in our northwest breeze, sustained between 5 and 15 miles per hour, and we have the recipe for an extremely cold feel to the air.  Wind chill values will dip below zero overnight and early Sunday morning. By Sunday afternoon, our wind chill will remain in the lower teens.



Posted under cold blast, FutureTrack, statistics, weather

This post was written by qni_it on November 23, 2013

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