7-Day Forecast Includes Wind Chill Advisory Till Noon Friday
A wind chill advisory has been issued by the National Weather Service Friday for Northern Kentucky with a warning that wind chill readings could be as low as minus-fifteen degrees, with the coldest readings in the morning hours.
The NWS warns that the frigid conditions will be dangerous to those venturing outside and prolonged exposure may cause frostbite. Expect winds from the west at ten to twenty miles per hour with gusts up to thirty miles per hour. The temperatures are expected to range between three and eleven degrees.
The wind chill advisory lasts until noon Friday.
Additionally, the NWS is warning of special conditions Friday. Although the widespread snow has ended across the region, the windy nature of the morning could result in some local snow blowing and drifting on area roadways. Wet roads could easily re-freeze. Drive carefully and allow extra time for your commute.
More snow could be expected over the weekend. A couple low pressure systems will bring snow to the region Saturday into Sunday. The snow is not expected to be heavy but will fall over a prolonged period of time which will result in accumulations, the NWS reports.
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