Dangerous Wind Chills Will Linger into Tuesday

By National Weather Service

Published 01/06 2014 04:14AM

Updated 01/06 2014 07:13AM

Wind Chill Values as of 4am Jan. 6, 2014
Wind Chill Values as of 4am Jan. 6, 2014/KOLR10 Weather Lab
SPRINGFIELD, Mo. -- The National Weather Service in Springfield has issued a Wind Chill Advisory,  is in effect from noon Monday to noon Tuesday. A Wind Chill Warning remains in effect until noon Monday.

Counties in Missouri impacted by these conditions include:
Benton-Morgan-Miller-Maries-Vernon-St. Clair-Hickory-Camden-Pulaski-Phelps-Barton-Cedar-Polk-Dallas-Laclede-Texas-Dent-Jasper-Dade-Greene-Webster-Wright-Newton-Lawrence-Christian-Douglas-Howell-Shannon-McDonald-Barry-Stone-Taney-Ozark-Oregon.
In Arkansas:  Baxter-Boone-Fulton-Izard-Marion-Newton-Searcy-Sharp-Stone-Benton-Carroll-Washington-Madison.

Wind chill values are currently in the minus 15 to minus 25 range as temperatures range from 5 above to 5 below early this morning and will continue to drop into 20 to around 30 below zero this morning with the coldest readings expected from near day break through the mid morning hours. Lows  will bottom out from around 10 below across central Missouri to around zero across far south central Missouri.

For exterme southeastern Kansas and  all of the Missouri Ozarks. The warning conditions will occur this morning with the advisory conditions occurring this afternoon through Tuesday morning.

Wind chill values in the minus 20 to minus  30 range will occur this morning. Wind chill values in the minus 10 to minus 20 range can then be expected at times this afternoon into Tuesday morning.

Dangerously cold conditions will persist early this  week. Those outdoors without sufficient protection will run a high risk for frost bite or hypothermia.

(Information provided by National Weather Service, Springfield)

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