Wind chills today are expected to be dangerously cold through the rest of the day and again overnight into Tuesday morning.
If you plan on being outside for any length of time, dress in layers. Be sure to take the necessary precautions keep water pipes from freezing.
Indianapolis tied the record for the coldest New Year's Eve and was one degree off the mark for New Year's Day.
The National Weather Service has issued another wind chill advisory for Clarksville-Montgomery County as well as parts of Middle Tennessee for midnight tonight through noon Tuesday. Tomorrow will be sunny.
Indian Medical Association calls for 12-hour nationwide strike
The National Medical Commission (NMC) Bill has already been tabled in the Parliament on Friday and it seeks to replace the MCI. The outpatient departments in private hospitals were closed in support of the strike called by the Indian Medical Association.
USA citizens killed in Costa Rica plane crash
The ministry also said later that 10 foreigners were passengers aboard the plane, which was flown by two Costa Rican pilots. Enio Cubillo, director of Civil Aviation, said the tourists travelling in the aircraft were staying in a nearby hotel.
World oil prices on the rise
In the most recent week, United States production dipped modestly to 9.75 million bpd from 9.79 mln bpd the previous week. In the meantime, Brent crude oil price dwindled by six cents standing at 64.04 dollars per barrel.
Temperatures will break freezing briefly on Wednesday.
High temperatures in the teens and 20s will be with us through the first week of 2018, with only a few chances of flurries or light snow showers. More potent storm system moves in Sunday and Monday, which should bring a host of different precipitation types depending on locations - still too early to pinpoint types and amounts, as well as timing of precipitation this far out.
The National Weather Service in Cleveland issued a wind chill advisory Monday afternoon for northern OH, including Ashland, Crawford and Richland counties.