With a hard-earned dusting of accumulation on the ground, winds have diminished as temperatures, currently 21, look to plateau in the mid-teens in a matter of hours. Wind chills will continue to fall as the present 7-degree mark will fall to subzero by day’s end at which time a Chill Advisory will begin and run through 10 a.m. Sunday where subzero projections are expected to settle in between -10 and -25 degrees. There are no applicable outages on the board among the 198 posted for the Cape in its entirety. The first of the week promises a high of 40 degrees with seasonable highs and lows throughout the week. Follow ups will begin in a matter of minutes among scores of school buses as there are no closings or delays for the area. I am comfortable closing the book on this round and will address any isolated findings directly and as needed.
Friday – 1/5/18 – 6:23 a.m.
by Nauset | Jan 5, 2018 | On-The-Ground