Katelynn Hartmann, 6, of Princeton is not intimidated by Tuesday afternoon’s frigid temperatures as she spends time outside creating some winter fun. Like Katelynn, people who don’t mind teeth-chattering temperatures and wind chills will have the opportunity to continue their outdoor fun as the cold temperatures are expected to continue for at least another day. Fortunately for the less hardy people, WQAD meteorologist James Zahara is predicting Bureau County could experience a “heat wave” on Friday as temperatures are expected to reach the freezing mark, at a balmy 32 degrees.
Cold weather? No problem!
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