Rain and dropping temperatures are expected into Monday and Tuesday, the National Weather Service said Sunday.
Windchills of 0 to 10 below zero are likely late Monday night into Tuesday morning.
Temperatures will likely be 20 degrees or lower for 30 to 40 hrs across the area as an Arctic airmass settles in.
A west wind of 14 to 18 mph is forecast for Monday, with a northwest wind of 13 to 20 miles per hour on Tuesday, and gusts as high of 31 mph.
Huntington Supervisor Ed Smyth said town highway trucks would be out on the roads at 3:30 a.m. Monday to make sure roads are safe for the morning commute as temperatures continue to plummet throughout the overnight.