Cold temps, flurries continue; rain set to return this weekend


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QUICK-LOOK FORECAST

  • Some flurries late tonight
  • Few passing showers tomorrow
  • Wet and mild Friday and Saturday
  • Chance rain/snow early next week 

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DETAILED FORECAST

OVERNIGHT:  Cloudy and cold with temperatures in the lower 20s. A passing flurry or snow shower is possible by daybreak. Little to no accumulation expected.

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THURSDAY:  Waking up to cold temperatures in the 20s and perhaps a few passing flurries or snow showers. Some light, sporadic freezing rain to rain showers develop in the afternoon. They will be very light, but enough for a few isolated slick spots. Highs expected in the upper 30s. Clouds will remain into Thursday night with the chance for a few more passing rain showers.

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FRIDAY: Cloudy with light drizzle/mist or a passing shower on Friday. It will be a milder day in the upper 40s.

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SATURDAY: Rain likely and breezy to start the weekend. A few rumbles of thunder are possible. It will be a mild day with highs in the upper 50s.

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SUNDAY: A few lingering morning showers Sunday, then some dry time. Highs reach in the mid-50s.

MONDAY: Mostly cloudy and cooler for Monday. Highs in the middle 40s.

TUESDAY:  A blustery cold day on Tuesday with the chance of rain or snow showers. Temperatures will range in the 30s throughout the day.


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