The snow is over, but now dangerous winds have moved into the Hudson Valley.  The National Weather Service expects daytime temperatures to barely make it into the teens, factor in the wind chills and it will make it feel like it's below zero.  Saturday night we could see record lows with temperatures 10 to 13 degrees below zero.

A wind chill advisory has been issued for most parts of the Hudson Valley through January 6, 2018.  The National Weather Service says wind chills temperatures could reach 10 to 25 degrees below zero.

With these dangerous wind chills, it will take only 30 minutes for exposed skin to experience frostbite.

The wind begins to subside during the day on Sunday.  As we head into Monday, temperatures will rebound, and the Hudson Valley will move back into the 30s.  The National Weather Service says it will be in the mid-30s, around 35 degrees by Thursday afternoon.

Because of the blowing and drifting snow, the winter weather advisory will stay in effect until Saturday evening.

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