Bundle up. "The Big Chill" is now playing in Dutchess.
An Arctic cold front moving through the county will bring gusty winds that will make overnight temperatures Friday into Saturday feel like it's in the single digits.
There may even be a snow shower in some spots. A snow squall was reported Friday morning in Albany.
The high temperature both Friday and Saturday will be in the upper 30s. The wind-chill factor will make it feel like it's in the teens Friday. Saturday will be partly cloudy and not nearly as windy.
Northwest winds will gust to around 40 mph Friday, ushering in a much colder airmass which will see temperatures drop into the 30s.
The gusty winds could result in the downing of some tree limbs or compromised trees, along with isolated power outages, according to the National Weather Service.
Wind chills will fall into the teens and 20s as a result on Friday, and dip to near zero overnight into Saturday.
Friday night's low in Central Park is expected to plummet about 25 degrees and could break the record low of 28 for the date, set back in 1933.
Winds will gust up to 45 mph immediately following the passage of the front Friday
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