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New Year Welcomes Bitter Cold

posted on Monday, January 4th, 2010 at 8:35 am
National Watches and Warnings, Image: NOAA

National Watches and Warnings, Image: NOAA

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Bitter cold is sweeping across the mid-section and deep South this Monday morning. There’s a HUGE high pressure system sitting in the middle of the country over Iowa and Nebraska. (Surface high pressure lends itself to sinking air and fair skies. During the winter, it usually means really cold air!)

Today's Temperature Forecast, Image: NOAA

Today's Temperature Forecast, Image: NOAA

This high is expected to maintain itself over the midsection for the next several days, leading to mostly sunny days and chilly nights. Freeze watches and warnings are in effect in cities such as New Orleans, Louisiana and Orlando, Florida.

By Friday, a storm system will develop in the Gulf of Mexico. Then, there’s the possibility of a wintry mix as far South as Southeastern Louisiana.

-Dawn Brown

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