By allowing ads to appear on this site, you support the local businesses who, in turn, support great journalism.
Temps to rise by middle of week
Kathy Stilson endures the cold temperatures and brisk winds while out walking her two dogs in Monroe Monday afternoon. Much of the same is expected for today, with temperatures increasing to the mid-20s later in the week. (Times photo: Anthony Wahl)
MONROE - Expect at least slight relief from the frigid weather when the temperature climbs to an expected high of 20 degrees Wednesday. Monday's high hit 12 degrees, and the high today, Jan. 22, is expected to reach just 5 degrees. Windchill temperatures Monday night and early this morning were expected to dip to minus 30 degrees; a windchill advisory in effect all day Monday was expected to expire around noon today, according to the National Weather Service.