The coldest wind chills in more than 50 years -- minus-50 or lower -- are forecast in northern New England Friday night.
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Low temperatures approach 10 in parts of the area tonight. We're back near 50 on Sunday.
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Temperatures are near and below freezing through Saturday. Wind chills in the teens today drop to nearer zero tonight.
Daytime temperatures are near and below freezing Friday. Wind chills approach zero Friday night.
Wind chills may drop to near zero Friday night.
A new weather regime is in town for the near future. Clouds fill our skies Thursday.
Boston felt like Washington. Washington felt like Atlanta.
January ranked as D.C.’s third-warmest, and even the month's coldest day and night were remarkably un-chilly.
A conversational dusting to 1 inch across the region accumulated mainly on grass.
Wind chills could drop to the single digits Friday night.
A dusting to a coating is a good bet, with a few slick spots not out of the question
Back-to-back severe cold spells are affecting the Lower 48. By Saturday, the wind chill in Boston could approach minus-30.
It’s much colder than yesterday with highs only in the upper 30s to low 40s.
A cold front passing the region tonight changes our weather back to stuff more typical of winter.
The city has yet to see its first snow accumulation of winter. It's now the latest into a season without snow on record.
The coldest weather in more than a month arrives late this week, but chances for accumulating wintry precipitation are low.
Temperatures will be at or above 60 degrees tomorrow, with lots of sunshine to boot.
Colder air arrives by Tuesday with the chance of a light wintry mix on Tuesday and again on Thursday.
Sunday starts dry, but showers will overspread the region by the late afternoon.
Both days are on the mild side for late January. Today is quite nice, overall.
After a seasonable night, daytime temperatures should make the 50s both days this weekend.
There will be several opportunities for snow, sleet or freezing rain over the central and possibly eastern United States.
A stray raindrop or snow pellet is possible today. Mainly dry through Sunday afternoon.