Winter is bidding farewell with a crisp and cold Sunday as temperatures plunge across the United States.
CBS2’s John Elliott reports that the Western Lakes are experiencing Sub-Zero wind chills, while frost and freeze advisories have been issued from Memphis to Mobile.
Despite temperatures in the low 40s this afternoon, it feels like the 30s at best, with winds gusting up to 35 mph.
However, a quick warm-up is expected this week, with temperatures returning to the 50s and even 60s in some areas.
While it may be a busy weather week for the Central States and Out West, National Puppy Day is just around the corner, encouraging people to adopt one of the over 3 million dogs currently in shelters.
And, as William Shatner turns 92 this year, it’s a reminder to live long and prosper.