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Flurries Tomorrow

Pretty average day for January temp-wise with highs in the upper 40s. More cloudiness throughout the day ahead of tonight’s cold front. And then temps drop back down tomorrow. Wind chill looks no fun:

NWS Blend of Models Wind Chill Values, Fri. 1am – Sun. 12pm

There’s a chance for light snow Friday. Not much accumulation is expected. A dusting is the best way to put it. Not the kind to put a kink in your plans.

HRRR thinks snow for us from midnight to sunrise tomorrow. Some isolated flurries possible throughout the rest of the day:

HRRR Reflectivity Precip Type, Thu. 11pm – Fri. 11pm

Brace for cold the next couple days. Much more mild next week with a warming trend kicking off on Sunday. Refer to twitter for any updates on the “dusting”.

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