12/31 Ryan’s “New Year’s Eve” Sunday Forecast

It’s going to be a dangerously cold New Year’s Eve and an even colder start to the New Year. Tonight’s low will dip into the low 20s along the waterfront with inland areas falling into the upper teens. “Feels like” or Wind Chill conditions are expected to drop near or into the single digits in all six coastal counties, prompting a Wind Chill Advisory until at least tomorrow morning. Tomorrow afternoon will struggle to warm beyond the upper 30s, despite ample sunshine moving in for the rest of the week. Strong, deep ridging continues to build through the week, meaning while temperatures will inch upwards for the next several days, it won’t be until next Saturday night before we’ll see an evening low North of 30 degrees. Due to these abnormally low temperatures, be sure to take extra precautions to protect your plants, pets, pipes, and people over the next week, but especially for tonight and tomorrow night. Afternoons will be sunny and dry, but don’t expect a temperature warmer than the 40s until next weekend.

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