Temperatures have been below freezing since Saturday night. This Monday morning opened around 10-degrees in parts of Campbell County ahead of a daytime high of 30 under a sunny sky. Bitter wind chills are with us all day ranging between zero and ten-above.
Monday night’s low dips to 19, and by late morning Tuesday, temps will warm beyond 32-degrees enroute to a high of 50.
Wednesday’s temps remain above freezing until another weather system arrives on Thursday. Expect highs and lows in the 30s on Thursday and Friday with a chance of rain and snow both days. (WLAF NEWS PUBLISHED – 01/21/2019-6AM-CHARLIE HUTSON PHOTO)