Clouds return overnight; flurries possible Thursday

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  • Few flurries Thursday
  • Warmer into the weekend
  • Showers by end of weekend

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Overnight: Clouds return overnight, Storm Center 7 Chief Meteorologist McCall Vrydaghs said. Temperatures will drop to a low around 20 degrees.

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Thursday: An even colder morning in the low 20s is expected. Clouds will decrease through the afternoon. Highs will only reach 30 degrees, which is below normal. Skies will clear at night and temperatures will plummet.

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Friday: This will be the coldest bus stop forecast for the kids this week, as temperatures will be in the teens! We will see sunshine through the day, though, and highs in the middle 30s.

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Saturday: We will have a great start to the weekend. Highs will be in the middle 40s with sunshine.

Sunday: It will be a dry start to Sunday. Clouds will increase quickly, and temperatures will soar to the upper 40s. Rain showers for most might mix with wet snow in the north.

Monday: A wintry mix will start the new workweek, then precipitation changes to rain showers as temperatures rise to the middle 40s.

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