Frigid temperatures and more messy weather in store for tri-state

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Sunshine will return today as high pressure moves into the region from the Tennessee Valley. Temperatures will struggle to get to the freezing mark this afternoon as Canadian air settles in.

A brisk northwest wind will make it feel more like it is in the teens and 20s. An even colder air mass will push southward on Thursday bring temperatures that feel more like late January than mid-December. High temperatures will only reach the upper 20s in many areas of the tri-state.

The unseasonably cold air will remain in place for the remainder of the week and into the early part of the weekend. Meanwhile, another area of low pressure will move in from the Mississippi Valley, bringing another possibility of accumulating snow and wintry precipitation.

We will continue to monitor the timing and track of this storm and any potential impacts it will have on the region.

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