Yet another blast of arctic air is taking hold of the region as temperatures stay some 20-30 degrees colder than average.
A Wind Chill Advisory is in effect until noon today as it will feel like -5 to -20 degrees as gusty west/southwest winds blow throughout the day.
Despite a healthy dose of sunshine temperatures are only expected to top out around 13 degrees.
A cold front moving through the area tonight will usher in even colder air.
Lows tonight are expected to fall to around -3 degrees with wind chills of -5 to -25. Thursday should be mostly sunny, but cold again with highs that could fail to reach the double digits.
Breezy conditions will cause wind chills of -10 to -25 degrees.
A warm up on Friday still fails to bring temps into the 20s and by the afternoon and evening the chance for snow returns.