(from National Weather Service) … Wind Chill Advisory in effect from 8 PM this evening to 10 am
The National Weather Service in Wilmington has issued a Wind
Chill Advisory… which is in effect from 8 PM this evening to
10 am EST Tuesday.
* Hazard types… cold wind chill readings.
* Wind chill readings… as low as 15 below.
* Winds… west 10 to 15 mph with gusts up to 25 mph.
* Temperatures… in the single digits.
* Timing… very cold wind chill values will develop during the
late evening and last well into Tuesday morning.
* Impacts… the frigid conditions will be dangerous to those
venturing outside. Prolonged exposure may cause frostbite.
A Wind Chill Advisory is issued when a strong wind will combine
with cold temperatures to create dangerously cold conditions for
exposed skin. The wind will make it feel like it is between
10 and 24 degrees below zero for a period of several hours.
Those planning to venture outdoors should use common sense and
dress warmly… making sure that all exposed skin is covered.
WEEC SPORTS – MONDAY 1-21-13:
NFL PLAYOFFS: NFC CHAMPIONSHIP GAME: SAN FRANCISCO 28 ATLANTA 24. AFC CHAMPIONSHIP GAME: BALTIMORE 28 NEW ENGLAND 13.
THE SUPER BOWL WILL FEATURE A GAME BETWEEN 2 BROTHERS AS HEAD COACHES, A 1ST IN SUPER BOWL HISTORY! SAN FRANCISCO WITH JIM HARBAUGH AS COACH, VERSUS BALTIMORE WITH JON HARBAUGH AS COACH. THE SUPER BOWL IS SUNDAY FEBRUARY 3RD AT 6:30PM AT NEW ORLEANS SUPERDOME, SAYS CBSSPORTS.COM.
COLLEGE MENS BASKETBALL: NO. 2 INDIANA 67 NORTHWESTERN 59, MICHIGAN STATE 59 OHIO STATE 56, FLORIDA 83 MISSOURI 52, NO. 6 SYRACUSE UPSETS TOP-RANKED LOUISVILLE 70-68, CINCINNATI 71 MARQUETTE 69, VALPARAISO 69 WRIGHT STATE 63, IOWA 70 WISCONSIN 66, HIRAM 62 WITTENBERG 57, AND UD DIDN’T PLAY.
WEST LIBERTY-SALEM HIGH SCHOOL ATHLETICS WILL INDUCT 3 NEW MEMBERS INTO THEIR HALL OF FAME. BOB KRAMER WAS A GREAT PITCHER FOR THE BASEBALL THAT WENT TO STATE IN THE 50′S, AMY WALLACE-MCDANIEL WAS A FABULOUS RUNNER IN CROSS COUNTRY AND TRACK, AND BUTCH SOWER WAS ONE OF THE RUNNERS FROM THOSE STATE CHAMPIONSHIP TEAMS AT WL-S IN THE 1970′S!
HIGH SCHOOL BOYS BASKETBALL: SPRINGFIELD 55 MEADOWDALE 45, WEST LIBERTY-SALEM 53 SOUTHEASTERN 35, GREENEVIEW 61 MECHANICSBURG 57, JACKSON CENTER 52 ANNA 48, VERSAILLES 52 TIPPECANOE 40, BUFORD, GA. 52 XENIA 50.
SPRINGFIELD HIGH SCHOOL INDUCTED 4 NEW MEMBERS INTO THEIR ATHLETIC HALL OF FAME. . .THEY ARE ANTHONY HARRIS, BASKETBALL STAR IN THE 1980′S, TRACK STAR BOB NEWBOLD, MIKE WILLETS, LONGTIME HEAD ATHLETIC TRAINER AT SOUTH, AND RICHARD DUNCAN, AN ALL-OHIO TRACK PERFORMER IN THE 1950′S, THE NEWS SUN SAYS.