Wind chill values may drop below 10 degrees Monday morning

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HUNTSVILLE, Ala. - The severe storms and the wintry mix are long gone, but the cold air will stick around for another day.

Cold air continues blowing in following an Arctic front which moved through the Valley late Saturday night.

Temperatures will slowly drop through the upper 20s Sunday evening. By sunrise Monday, expect low and middle 20s. Watch for patchy black ice on some roads through Monday morning.

A biting north wind blowing between 10 and 15 miles per hour will make it feel at least 10 degrees colder.

Flip through the gallery above to see how cold it will feel where you live Monday morning.

Guidance suggests wind chill values may be as low as seven or eight degrees for a short time Monday morning.

Sunshine returns during the day Monday, but it will stay chilly. Expect highs between 37 and 42 degrees.

Highs return to the 50s on Wednesday and Thursday as another chance for showers develops.