It’s a might bit chilly out today…

Local Weather Alert for Ann Arbor, MI – weather.com

WIND CHILL READINGS WILL REMAIN IN THE 20 TO 30 BELOW ZERO RANGE THROUGH THE MORNING COMMUTE AS WESTERLY WINDS OF 10 TO 15 MPH COMBINE WITH LOW TEMPERATURES OF 5 TO 10 DEGREES BELOW ZERO. WARMING TEMPERATURES THROUGH THE DAY WILL BRING AN INCREASE IN WIND CHILLS… WITH READINGS THEN REMAINING IN THE 10 TO 20 BELOW ZERO RANGE THROUGH TONIGHT.

Brrrrr. Wish I could go back to bed.

7 thoughts on “It’s a might bit chilly out today…

  1. Its a Balmy 48F here! Can you say CHINOOK!. It supposed to be 55F here tomorrow.  After the coldest December in recent memory it is welcome.  We had 4 weeks of temps near or below 5F as daytime highs.
    The rest of the continent has my sympathy.

  2. It’s been -20F the past two mornings (actual temp, not wind chill). They forecast a warmup into the 20s above this weekend, and maybe 30s on MLK day. Shorts weather on the way!

  3. Mighty cold on my first day back to school since 1988.  I am going to Oakland Community College, just a hop skip and a jump from the Ann Arbor area, so I feel your pain.  ‘Bout time I resumed my education.

    It sounds like you have quite the busy schedule with school, work and the blog.  Not sure how you do it but keep it up!

  4. Horror, I started at Oakland Community College back in ‘85. Mostly the Auburn Hills Campus, but had a few classes in Royal Oak in the mid-90’s when I tried to go back the first time around.

    It’s cold enough out that I’m thinking of having fun with some insta-freezing hot water tonight.

  5. Wow… I’m only dealing with 10 below in Wisconsin.  Of course once it gets below zero, there’s really no point in using numbers to describe the temperature anymore….. just invectives smile

  6. For the most part I know it’s time to turn the heating on when my toes start turning blue.

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