Winter storm brings bone-chilling temperatures, high winds

The National Advisory issued a Wind Chill Advisory remaining in effect until 11 a.m. Monday.

A Wind Chill Advisory means that very cold air and brisk winds will combine to generate low wind chill values. Frostbite and hypothermia may occur if precautions are not taken.


Temperatures will be dropping to 1 below to 4 above zero through early Monday morning. The lowest wind chill values will occur from later tonight into early Monday morning.

If you must venture outdoors, make sure to dress in layers and cover exposed skin. Speed limits on some highways have been reduced to 45 mph, with 25 mph speed limits on all Delaware River Port Authority bridges.

The National Weather Service in Mount Holly has also issued a Winter Storm Watch, which is in effect from Monday evening through Tuesday morning.


Snow should overspread the area Monday evening before tapering off around midday Tuesday. There could be a period of heavy snow. We could see snow accumulations of 5 to 8 inches.

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Below is a quick look at the rest of the week:

MON 19/16: Sun/Cold

TUES 30/15: Clouds/Snow

WED 29/6: Sun/Clouds

WED 20/1: Sun/Clouds

FRI 20/7: Sun/Clouds

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