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After a busy night last night for some towns tonight will be a much needed break. However, with highs today in the mid 40s melting occurred for snow packed areas. Expected some slick spots tonight as temperatures will make it to the middle 20s. Winds will still be gusting around 20mph as well.

Quiet Sunday on tap for us though. Winds will slowly diminish in the late afternoon, much quieter by Monday.

Rain will come Monday ahead of another cold front. The latest model runs are suggesting that most of the moisture falls apart before making it to our area. Will keep watching but either way little rain accumulation is expected. By Tuesday temperatures will be about 10 degrees cooler but we'll rebound nicely heading into the Thursday and Friday.



TONIGHT: Cold, breezy & clear. Low: 20s

SUNDAY: Sunny, milder. High: 55-60.

MONDAY: Mild, chance shower. High: Low 50s.

TUESDAY: Mostly sunny, cooler. High: Near 40.

WEDNESDAY: Sunny. High: Upper 40s.

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