Below-normal temps expected through the end of January
CAPITAL REGION Below-normal temperatures are predicted to stick around for the rest of the month, according to the National Weather Service.
Arctic air from Canada will keep the temperature from reaching much above 10 degrees today, with a low between 0 and 2 degrees tonight. Winds will steadily increase throughout the day and continue into tonight and tomorrow morning. Temperatures tonight and tomorrow will feel like 15 to 25 degrees below zero with the wind chill, said National Weather Service Meteorologist Joe Villani.
Wednesday is expected be a repeat of today, with the high temperature hovering around 9 or 10 degrees and a low of 0 or slightly below. Temperatures are predicted to be in the teens Thursday and Friday.
A brief warm-up is expected Saturday, with temperatures forecast to climb to 26 or 27.
According to Villani, the week should be mainly dry, with a chance of some light accumulating snow during the weekend.