Storm Team 11: From Record Snow to Record Cold, the Arctic Plunge Continues

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STORM TEAM 11 Record Cold Tonight

It only took an inch of snow officially at TRI to break the existing record snowfall on this date. So, I guess we can celebrate the record snowfall today, but chances are you will not be celebrating record lows tonight. Before we get into tonight’s arctic cold, lets take a brief look at a few snow totals from around the region.

Additional snow flurries will be around into early this afternoon mainly in the mountains where a strong and persistent upslope flow will keep the flakes occasionally flying. The latest radar view here interactive radar

COLD CHANGES

The arctic express has brought in our first taste of winter cold. A clearing sky along with existing snow on the ground will be added elements that means an even colder night, with record lows expected with low to mid-teens. That means be sure to prepare your home and provide your pets with appropriate warmth.

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