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Brutal cold to grip the Wyoming Valley

March 03. 2014 3:22PM

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It was a quiet morning in the Wyoming Valley.

Despite the hype of a winter storm, cloudy skies lingered over the area this morning with no precipitation. The temperatures were still brutally cold. The National Weather Service indicated that temperatures lingered in the mid to lower teens at the Wilkes-Barre/Scranton International Airport.

The wind chill made it feel even colder, and will continue to do so for the beginning part of this week.

Partly sunny skies are expected today, with the high only expected to climb to 20 degrees. The wind chill could make it feel like -3 degrees. Clear skies are expected tonight with a low around -1 degrees. The wind chill could make it feel like a bone-chilling -10 degrees.

Partly sunny skies are expected once again on Tuesday with a high in the mid 20s. The wind chill will once again play a factor, potentially making it feel like -11 degrees. Skies will begin to cloud on Tuesday night with a low around 16 degrees. The winds are predicted to be light and variable.

There will be a slight chance of snow showers on Wednesday, with temperatures climbing to the lower 30s. The National Weather Service currently predicts a 20 percent chance of snow, with no accumulation amounts listed.

Mostly cloudy skies are expected on Wednesday night with a low in the mid teens.

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