Along with the gusty winds, blowing and drifting snow will be an issue if you are traveling today. In addition to very cold temperatures, winds will stay strong enough to produce biting wind chills. This means that wind chills will range between -5° and -25° during this time.
Those outside in State College and surrounding communities will feel as though it is anywhere from minus1 to minus 19 degrees outside through Sunday morning, according to forecasts from the National Weather Service and The Weather Channel. Winds are light out of the west at 2-7MPH.
Very cold air and gusty winds will create risky wind-chill temperatures into the night and through Friday.
We warm a bit each day next week. We finally get out of the deep freeze next week with highs potentially in the upper 40s by Friday with the chance of rain showers.
But, on Sunday, Quinlan said high pressure will move off the east coast and "bring in milder air". Boston has experienced a 16-day stretch of at or less than 32 degree highs in late January, early February of 1961.
Lows will fall into the low teens overnight into Saturday morning under clear skies. Near 50° temps are expected for Tuesday.