Very cold air and gusty winds will create dangerous wind chill temperatures into the night and through Friday. The wind chills can drop as low as -20° F throughout the night.
The air temperature will fall toward zero or below through early Friday morning. Temperatures will only climb toward 7° F by Friday afternoon.
Tracking the chance for lake effect snow showers. A quick inch is possible if you are under one of these bands. Isolated spots could see two inches as the snow is very fluffy and light, causing it to accumulate fast.
Frigid cold into the weekend with some warming by Sunday afternoon.
The warm will come with another storm system that will bring more snow into Sunday night. A wintry mix is possible by Monday.
A look at the current record-low temperatures at the Youngstown-Warren Regional Airport into the weekend:
- January 4: -2° set in 1981
- January 5: -5° set in 1968
- January 6: -11° set in 2014
- January 7: -12° set in 2014
Trend Tracker is looking warmer. Click on the video above to see if we are in for a true January thaw anytime soon.