Frigid Temperatures Persist in Iowa

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Bone-chilling temperatures continue today.

Nearly all of Iowa is under a wind chill warning or wind chill advisory until 9:00 a.m. which means wind chills will be between -20° and -40°.

This afternoon temperatures will be back into the double digits, (12°) although this is still about 20° below average for mid-January. The winds will stay light out of the NW making it feel like 0.

Another wave of snow will move across the state tomorrow, with 1-3″ possible in the metro. The heaviest amounts will be south of I-80.

Temperatures will start to trend up by the middle of the week, with temperatures back into the lower 30s by the weekend.

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