Posted: Feb 2, 2011 7:52 AM
Updated: Feb 2, 2011 8:02 AM
TUCSON - Southern Arizona wakes up to cold snap that will continue through Friday, says News 4 Meteorologist.
A strong surge of arctic air continues to pile into the region. All-time record cold temperatures may be the case after Friday morning. Expect single digits and teens for overnight lows tonight across the region. Mt. Lemmon will dip below zero with wind chills well below zero.
Chris Nallan here - Do you remember the last time when the Catalinas and Rincons were under Wind Chill Warnings? Again, this event will likely go down in the record books. Extreme cold should mean concern for you one way or another. Remember the 4 P's: People, pets, plants, and pipes. Frigid temperatures for long periods during the night and morning could be dangerous.
Check with KVOA.com periodically for any updates on the cold. You could also email us as firstname.lastname@example.org with your ideas, thoughts, and cold weather pictures for Tucson Today.
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