Temperatures dropping, watching chance for snow on Thursday

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One more quiet day, with sunshine slowly giving way to clouds. Temps top out in the upper 20s. We’ve been watching a clipper approach for Thursday, and we had worries that it would potentially bring a lot of snow, but now the thinking is less snow, good for a coating to a couple of inches across the state, with the most towards the East. One thing you can bank on: frigid air returning for Friday, and hanging  here at least through  the weekend, with highs struggling to get to the teens.

Wednesday: Partly sunny, high around 25.

Thursday: More snow is expected, developing during the mid-day and afternoon hours. Periods of light snow Thursday night. High: 20s; low: 20.

Friday: Snow in the morning, then gradually clearing, becoming blustery and bitterly cold. High: teens.

Saturday: Partly sunny. High: 12.

Sunday: Brutally cold. Highs: 5-10.

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