Cold commuters wait for their Metro Bus to arrive as they huddle in a shelter at the Belleville MetroLink Station on North Charles Street to stay out of the brisk wind. In the background, on the elevated MetroLink train platform, another commuter exits a stopped train. Temperatures on Friday didn't venture above the freezing point, hovering in the low 20's. The high on Saturday is predicted to be in the low 40's with a chance of snow showers in the morning, followed by a mix of rain or snow in the afternoon.
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The temperature will reach 31 degrees Wednesday under sunny skies.
But it will turn dangerously cold Wednesday night with a predicted low of 2 accompanied by a National Weather Service wind chill advisory. Gusts of up to 31 miles an hour will make the temperature seem like 15 below zero.
There won't be much relief Thursday with a high that will only reach 13 degrees under sunny skies and an overnight low of 2. But the high temperature will get back above the freezing mark Friday, with sunshine and a high of 35.