Tonight’s weather across the United States will be a cold one for the majority of us, with more then two-thirds of the country, east of the Rocky Mountains, experiencing significantly below average temperature. Locations in the continental northeast, and as far south as Kansas into Ohio, will be around zero degrees Fahrenheit at midnight, with wind chills into the -20 to -40 degrees. Portions of the Midwest and Northeast are currently under a wind chill warning along with wind chill advisories throughout the night.
The picture above shows the global average temperature anomalies from December 27th until January 3rd. As you can see, the eastern two-thirds of the country will remain well below average temperatures, like it has been for the past few days, with nearly every other portion of earth being well above average.
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ⓒ 2017 Meteorologist Claudia Pukropski