Light snow will blanket the area

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THIS EVENING
Skies will break up this evening as high pressure builds in briefly. Winds will relax allowing temperatures to fall fast from the upper 20s to the low 20s. Clouds return later overnight along with the chance for snow as a clipper system moves by quickly to our south by morning.

WHAT TO EXPECT
TOMORROW
Light snow will spread across the area for several hours mainly during the late morning and early afternoon hours before tapering off to flurries.  Temperatures will be quite cold remaining in the 20’s.

Out The Door

Snow accumulations will amount to anywhere from 1” to 3” with the higher amounts falling further south along the border and less amounts further north.Clouds break up late briefly with lows much colder falling to the upper teens.

Hour by Hour
EXTENDED FORECAST
Wednesday, a disturbance early morning may produce a few light snow showers with minimal impact. Morning lows will be colder in the teens and will only climb to the low 20’s. The winds however will once again howl strong creating wind chills in the teens for entire day. High pressure builds in at the surface clearing skies Wednesday night. The coldest air of the season plunges in Thursday morning. Lows will be stuck in the single digits early but feel like subzero with the strong winds. Afternoon highs will only rebound to the upper teens to near 20 but again wind chills will run in the single digits and that is what you need to prepare for. It will be the coldest day of the week. Temperatures moderate a tad for Friday with morning lows in the middle teens. Partly sunny skies and a few flying flakes with the next frontal system. Highs will still be running well below average in the upper 20’s to near 30. Cold but dry start in the upper teens for Saturday morning and while high pressure will provide more sunshine, highs will struggle to get through the 20s. More clouds Sunday with the next disturbance which may produce a few flakes but not much more at this point. Morning lows still cold in the teens but high temperatures should crack 30 degrees. Monday we are back in the low 30s with mostly sunny skies and high pressure providing a dry start to the week.

Next 5 Day Temps
MaryEllen Pann, Chief Meteorologist
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