Strong high pressure from the arctic continues to move into the tri-state, creating some of the coldest temperatures we've seen this season... and the coldest wind chills we've experienced in at least 2 years.
After lows around 10 overnight, temperatures won't recover much on Tuesday:
We'll see a small warm up on Wednesday with highs in the 30s thanks to the retreating high to our east, but a low to our south will give us a chance for a wintry mix starting Thursday night.
The computer models have been all over the place with this system, so there are many question marks still. At this point, it appears we'll see scattered rain late Thursday afternoon and early evening, with a changeover to a mix of sleet and possibly freezing rain. A changeover to all snow is likely late, but only minor accumulations are possible.