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Tuesday Night Weather: Light Snow Flurries Start Tonight, Continue All Week

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Several disturbances will bring the chance for a nuisance amount of snow this week.  But ingredients for a big storm will not come together…yet.

Wednesday, scattered snow showers through early/mid afternoon could coat the ground in spots.  Thursday starts off bright but an arctic front charging in during the afternoon will bring another round of snow showers. Behind the front, Friday will be the coldest day of the week. But at least we get a one day break from the snow. Flurries return by Saturday! Snow will develop again late Sunday. A bigger snow storm or winter storm is possible next Monday. But we are still 6 days away at this point and a lot of details need to be ironed out. A lot can change in 6 days. We’ll keep an eye on it for you!

Extended Forecast: 

Tonight: Some clearing. Winds diminishing. Low: 11-18.

Tomorrow: Mostly cloudy, scattered snow showers through early-mid afternoon. A dusting or coating in spots. High temperatures in the upper 20s to around 30.

Thursday: Mostly sunny start, increasing clouds. Chance for an afternoon snow shower/squall. A coating in spots. High temperatures in the upper 20s.

Friday: Cold despite plenty of sunshine. High temperatures in the lower 20s, about 20 degrees below average for this time of year.

Saturday: Mostly cloudy with the chance for a few flurries. High temperatures in the upper 20s to around 30 degrees.

Sunday: Increasing clouds, chance for snow late day or at night. High temperatures in the lower 30s.

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