Bitter Blast Thursday
December 11, 2013 (WPVI) -- Arctic invasion of air continued Wednesday with a high temperature of just 35; that's 11 degrees below normal. It will get even colder tonight.
BLACK ICE THIS MORNING: A heads-up goes out to both pedestrians and drivers. We have widespread black ice this morning on surfaces that were not treated last night, including streets, sidewalks, driveways and parking lots.
TONIGHT: Patchy clouds are in place overhead and frigid air occupies the surface. There is a weak disturbance moving through overnight & this could trigger a few flurries north and west of the city. The overnight lows will range from 17 in the suburbs to 23 in city.
THURSDAY: It's mostly sunny again, but even colder! We'll be in the mid to upper teens at sunrise with a high of only 27.
FRIDAY: We expect another day of bright sunshine, for the most part, but it's still very cold. Morning start-up temperatures are in the 10-15 degree range. The frigid high is near 33.
SATURDAY: We are concerned about a big winter storm that looks to develop off the coast, creating a large area of snow and ice before a change to rain. While it is still unclear exactly where the storm creates the biggest trouble, our area appears close enough to the target area to warrant some early planning. Prepare for a potentially messy day with snow, ice and rain. We should gain more clarity on this situation over the next couple of days. The high 35.
SUNDAY: We see gradual clearing. The high: 40.
MONDAY: It's mostly sunny, brisk and cold. The high: 33.
TUESDAY: Sun mixes with clouds. It's still cold. The high: 36.
WEDNESDAY: Clouds, some sun. The high: 38.
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