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Cold tonight, chance flurries Wednesday

Tonight will be a cold night with this morning's fresh snow cover on the ground. Lows will drop into the teens and 20s across the state, and any bit of wind will only add to the chill. Areas of black ice are possible, mainly for driveways and sidewalks (because roads are well treated at this point).

Wednesday will be mostly cloudy with a weak disturbance moving through. There is a slight chance for a few flurries but that's about it.

Thursday will be brighter but windy.

Then Friday afternoon a weak clipper-type storm will dive down from Canada and give us the chance for snow showers (likely rain at the shore). This will be followed by colder temperatures to start off the weekend with highs in the 20s.

But the chill won't last, temperatures could climb into the 50s by early next week!

FORECAST DETAILS:

TONIGHT: Mainly clear and cold. Lows: 17-25.

WEDNESDAY: Mostly cloudy, chance flurries.  High: Upper 30s.

THURSDAY: Partly sunny, windy. High: Low 40s

FRIDAY: Afternoon snow/rain showers. High: 30s.

SATURDAY: Mostly Sunny, cold. High: Upper 20s - near 30.

SUNDAY: Partly Cloudy. High: 40s

MONDAY: Showers. High: 40s-near 50.

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