First Alert Weather: Frigid temperatures continue through Tuesday

First Alert Weather: Frigid temperatures continue through Tuesday

January 22, 2019 12:32 PM

ROCHESTER, N.Y. (WHEC) -- A wind chill advisory remains in place for Wayne, Wyoming, Livingston, Ontario, Orleans, and Monroe counties until 7 a.m. Tuesday, as the wind chill temperature falls well below zero degrees Monday night. 


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  •  A Yellow Alert is still in place for our area through Tuesday morning for dangerously cold wind chills. What is a First Alert Weather Day? Click here to learn more.
  • A max snowfall report was recorded in northern Rochester of 29.2 inches, according to the National Weather Service. 

The snow has ended but cold air continues to linger through Tuesday morning.

The wind chills overnight into Tuesday morning will be around -5 to -15 degrees.  At wind chill temperatures like that, exposed skin for greater than 30 minutes could start to result in signs of frostbite.  

The good news is that we will see warmer temperatures heading into Wednesday.

It will be accompanied by a bit of freezing rain earlier Wednesday morning and then straight rainfall for most of the day on Wednesday before another shot of polar air works its way in to wrap up the work week. 

We will continue to update this page as well as bring you the latest forecast on News10NBC. 

Take a look at Rochester's only live and local First Alert Doppler 10 Radar.

Click here to watch the latest First Alert Full Weather Forecast. 

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First Alert Weather Team

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