Brutal cold, unsafe wind chills put New Hampshire in arctic freeze

  • Brutal cold, unsafe wind chills put New Hampshire in arctic freeze

Brutal cold, unsafe wind chills put New Hampshire in arctic freeze

Aside from the cold, it's a mostly sunny day with a few occasional clouds or snow showers. That should allow road crews to clean up from the icy-snow from the night before. Some snow accumulation is possible before the moisture moves out of the state by late morning Sunday. "There still is some uncertainty on how much snow will fall on Saturday due to differences in the models on where the heaviest band will set up but think up to 4" is possible. You will be waking up to a winter wonderland with several inches of snow on the ground! Wind Chill values will range from -5 to -15 below zero.

Southerly gusty winds up to 30 miles per hour.

The Oklahoma City Fire Department says crews responded to multiple wrecks, including an eight-vehicle pileup that shut down traffic on Interstate 40 in both directions near Air Depot Blvd.

Saturday: Snow changing to a mix then rain.

Snow will begin in northwestern Oklahoma Saturday afternoon and spread into the Metro by mid-afternoon and southeastern Oklahoma by the evening. The air will warm enough that snow will change to rain by mid/late morning... If you have travel plans on Saturday, it looks like roads will improve in the afternoon as temperatures rise. High: Mid-upper 30s. The high is expected to be 35 degrees, making it the coldest day since February 15. More rain moves in Sunday morning into the afternoon as temperatures soar into the 50s but after the rain departs temperatures quickly plunge into the 20s overnight and we're expecting a freeze by Monday morning.

Overnight a system moving in from the southwest will cause freezing rain and sleet in central Indiana.