Arctic air to remain in place Tuesday, no snow expected

The National Weather Service reports that the arctic air mass that produced sub-freezing temperatures will remain in place until Wednesday, keeping daytime temperatures below freezing Tuesday with the overnight low sinking into the lower teens. The northwest air flow will keep things dry, meaning no precipitation is expected over the next few days. Temperatures will begin warming on Wednesday afternoon.

Despite the lack of precipitation, freezing temperatures can still result in frozen moisture on area bridges, so caution is advised while driving. Residents are also advised to follow fire safety guidelines, including allowing plenty of space around heaters, and never powering a heater with an extension cord.