Published: Mon, March 04, 2019

Wind chill advisory ahead in Oklahoma Sunday and Monday

Wind chill advisory ahead in Oklahoma Sunday and Monday

Doniphan (Kan.) and Atchison (Kan.) counties from 9 p.m. Sunday until 12 p.m. Monday.

With temperatures in the single digits and wind chills well below zero Monday morning, many metro school districts are delaying or cancelling classes.

Clear skies are likely to persist all evening and overnight.

Another round of arctic air has begun in eastern Iowa, with strong northerly winds keeping wind chills well below zero for an extended period. Lows tonight will drop to near -10 as we head towards Monday morning.

Temperatures will warm gradually toward the end of the week, though precipitation chances increase as well. Highs today will reach low 20's!

A couple of records are at risk of being broken Monday, including the record low temperature and the record coldest March 4th.

A weak weather system will spray some light snow into the region late Wednesday night, that will change to light rain showers pretty quickly early Thursday morning. Highs Friday through Sunday will be back into the 40s.

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