Wind Chill Advisory Expanded…Dangerous Wind Chills Expected

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Friday morning we broke the record low temperature at Westover A.R.B.in Chicopee by dropping down to -10º that broke the previous record low of -6º set in 1993.

At least we'll warm up into the single digits on Tuesday and the lower teens by Wednesday. The snow will be light and fluffy and with the cold temperatures some roads could become slippery rather quickly.

After a night out celebrating New Year's Eve in negative wind chills, Clevelanders will again endure frigid weather for New Year's Day.

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The Wind Chill Advisory will go into effect at 10 p.m. and last until 10 a.m. on Sunday. Over in the lake-effect belt, however, a few inches are possible due to the westerly winds pushing any lake-enhanced clouds to the east. Don't worry, it's going to cool down some more before the party is over on New Year's Eve.

Tonight's low is expected to be around -2 degrees, and wind chills ranging from 10 to 25 degrees below zero will make it risky for anyone to spend extended time outdoors on New Year's Eve without proper attire, according to the National Weather Service.

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