YOUNGSTOWN, Ohio (WYTV) – RIGHT NOW: It’s cold, but not as frigid as Wednesday. Wind chills Thursday morning as cold as -6°. Temperatures are in the low teens early. We’ll blow by Wednesday’s high of 14° by mid-morning.
ICY SPOTS STILL AROUND: Some Valley roads are yet to be cleared of snow
GRADUAL WARM UP: Temperatures will jump almost 10 degrees Friday. By Saturday, we’re at 40°, so the kids can safely get out and play in the snow, especially Friday and Saturday.
RAIN WILL ADD TO FLOOD CONCERNS: Though it’s a gradual warm up, Monday’s rain totals could reach a half to 3/4″. There could be some flooded roads in the flood-prone areas.
COOLER NEXT WEEK BUT FAR FROM ARCTIC: A cold front sweeps through Monday night into Tuesday, but temperatures will only drop into the lower-30s to upper-20s.