Temperatures are hovered in the single digits in the Hudson Valley Tuesday morning, with wind-chill values making the air feel like it is minus 5 degrees, according to the National Weather Service.
Brace yourself. Sub-zero wind chills and dangerous cold Tuesday will stick around before relief comes Wednesday.
Tuesday's sunny skies with temperatures near 26 degrees will not temper the air because wind chill values will stay at minus 5 and only go as high as 5 degrees throughout the day.
The air will be clear overnight, with temperatures dipping to around 13 degrees and light northwest winds.
Sun on Wednesday will drive the mercury up to a reasonable 40 to 42 degrees, with slightly higher wind chill values making it feel as though temperatures are between 5 and 15 degrees. West winds will be mild.
Wednesday night will be clear again with low temperatures around 20 degrees and light wind.
Thursday brings out the sun again, with a high temperature again around 40 degrees.
It will be partly sunny Friday with warm air again and a high around 42 degrees.
Friday night brings likely rain and sleet into early Saturday, with mostly clouds, and low temperatures above the freezing mark around 37 degrees. there's a 60 percent chance of precipitation overnight.
Saturday's forecast calls for warmer air with rain likely before noon, under cloudy skies. The temperature could reach 44 degrees.
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