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Cold + Dry For a Few Days

Front is in and out. Cold temps and REALLY dry air are what’s left. Highs this afternoon in the upper 30s, overnight lows in the upper teens. Won’t get too far above freezing tomorrow. Wind chills definitely won’t thanks to winds out of the north.

NWS Blend of Models Wind Chill values, Tue. 12pm – Thu. 6pm

A good bit warmer Thursday… highs upper 40s. Wind chill will be more bearable. It’ll be short-lived though with another front coming Friday.

Dusting Friday?

Next real chance for precip comes Friday with the front. A few “s-word” flakes are possible. Looks like nothing more than a dusting at this point, if anything.

GFS and Euro show the “dusting” moving through our area around sunrise and out by mid morning.

GFS Precip Type, Rate Thu. 9pm – Fri. 3pm
Euro Precip Type, Rate Thu. 9pm – Fri. 3pm

Still some uncertainty in the models. Could be nothing at all. We’ll have more data in the coming days. Big takeaway is that anything that falls will be insignificant.

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