Residents of Adams County, brace yourselves for a spell of bone-chilling weather. The National Weather Service has issued a hazardous weather outlook as we head into a particularly frosty period.
Tonight, the wind chills are expected to plummet below zero, making for a bitingly cold Wednesday morning. Adams County could experience wind chills as low as -8°F.
Given these frigid forecasts, it’s essential to take precautions:
- Dress in multiple layers, ensuring you cover all extremities with a warm hat and gloves.
- Limit your time outdoors. If you must go out, make it brief and stay active to keep blood circulation going.
- Don’t forget to check on neighbors, friends, and family, especially those who are vulnerable or live alone.
In addition to the cold, we’re keeping an eye on the skies as there is potential for snow accumulation from Thursday into Friday. While we await more detailed forecasts, consider this a heads-up to prepare your shovels and salt supplies.
Stay tuned for updates, and remember, in Adams County, we weather the cold together. Stay warm and safe, everyone!