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Cold Night Ahead

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TONIGHT – 26° by 6 PM

Snow will be ending this evening!

Lows will drop to around 15° overnight.

Yeah. That’s cold.

Winds will stay in the 5-10 mph range, knocking “feels like” temps into the single digits. That’s very dangerous if you’re not dressed properly.

Road conditions will continue to stay iffy through tomorrow morning. Pair that with the frigid temperatures, and it just looks like a good night to stay put, if you can.

WEDNESDAY – Wake Up: 17°, High: 30°

While we’ll be rid of the snow tomorrow, we won’t be able to shake the cold.

Highs will once again stay below freezing.

Skies will be slow to clear tomorrow afternoon. We’ll stay mostly cloudy.

Wind chills will once again be an annoying issues. It’ll “feel like” the single digits early in the morning, and into the teens and low 20°s in the daytime.

Brrrrr.

THURSDAY – Wake Up: 21°, High: 37°

Thursday morning will start in the teens, but we’ll finally make it above freezing by the afternoon.

Models show a quick burst of snow moving through early on Thursday morning:

One model thinks it misses us, and another has it moving through late Wednesday night.

Either way, this doesn’t look like a big deal.

LOOKING AHEAD: Clouds Hang Around Through Friday

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