Continued cold, more snow possible Sunday

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As of now a dusting up to an inch of snow is expected, with the heavier accumulations more likely in South Central Tennessee.

There is a WIND CHILL ADVISORY from midnight Friday to 9 a.m. Saturday for Crawford, Richland, Juneau and Adams counties.

After temperatures warm to the 20s and 30s on Sunday, they are set to drop into the single digits on Monday, with 15 to 25 miles per hour winds and wind chill values falling to minus-25.

Monday temperatures in southern DE are expected to stay just above freezing with highs at 34 degrees, but in Wilmington the highs are only 29 degrees, according to the National Weather Service.

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"I guess that's the light at the end of the tunnel", Kern said.

Residents should be prepared for reduced visibility and snow-covered roads, the weather service says. Northwest wind 3 to 7 miles per hour. Mostly cloudy, with a low around 23. Wind: N 15-25; gusty. Wind chills as cold as -20 degrees. It will then continue through Monday into Monday night. Day, the picture will be about the same, with highs in the upper 20s. Get the latest breaking headlines sent straight to your inbox.

Clear, with a low around 27.

Wednesday: Not as cold. The moderating process will begin Wednesday into Thursday and highs going into next weekend look to be at or above normal. Increasing clouds tonight ahead of the next cold front, with a light wintry mix developing in northern Kansas and spreading south overnight.