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Breezy tonight; Bitter cold mid-week

Tonight we will have mainly clear skies, but conditions will remain breezy, making conditions bitterly cold. Clouds will form closer to daybreak and a southwest wind will hold the temperatures in the mid to upper-20s through the overnight.

Monday, expect partly sunny skies. A cold front could spark of a few flurries or a light passing snow shower. Highs temperatures will top off around 30 degrees.

For Monday night, a second and colder front brings a better chance for scattered light snow showers Monday evening and overnight. Slick spots are possible. Accumulations up to 2 inches are possible by Tuesday morning and temperatures will drop into the low teens.

Tuesday there could be slick spots on the roadways for the early-morning commute. During the afternoon we can expect partly sunny skies with some scattered snow showers. Temperatures start in the teens and fall into the single digits by Tuesday evening.

Wednesday will be cold, as many will wake up with temperatures near 5 degrees below zero.We can expect a mixture of sun and clouds with a few late day snow showers possible and high temperatures in the low to mid-teens.

Thursday and Friday will continue to be very cold. Clouds will give way to sunshine on Thursday as a high pressure builds into the area. Temperatures start in the single digits with highs in the low-teens. Then clear skies Thursday night allowing temperatures to drop below zero again for Friday. Mostly sunny Friday afternoon, becoming breezy with highs around 20 degrees.

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