FAIRFIELD COUNTY, Conn. -- After another quick blast of snow, Fairfield County residents will now have to deal with another shot of arctic air that will push wind chills well below zero on Thursday night into Friday.
Snow showers could linger overnight, but the major concern will be the temperature, which is expected to drop to around 3 degrees. Wind gusts of up to 24 mph could make it feel as cold as 15 below zero.
Temperatures won't rebound much with the high on Friday around 10 with sunny skies and wind chills below zero.
Another round of snow could come through the area on Saturday and Saturday night.
Temperatures are expected to remain bitterly cold through Tuesday.
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