BREAKING: The WIND CHILL ADVISORY, which has been in effect since Friday morning in Allegany County, is scheduled to expire at 10AM today as temperatures slowly rise, although winds and strong wind gusts will continue over the next day and a half.
This consolidated National Weather Service chart for Central Allegany County shows the patterns over the next 48 hours as apparent temperatures rise into daytime highs in the 40s, and then near 50 on Tuesday and Thursday.
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