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Yesterday's storm dropped a few inches of snow across much of the state. Roads are still slippery early this morning, especially where temps are still below freezing.   Expect a good day for the clean up with clearing skies and temperatures reaching the upper 30s to low  40s with a blustery west wind.  A cold front will cross the area this afternoon that will drop temperatures tonight and for the next several days this week.

Make sure you take advantage of the mild temperatures today, as this will be the best time to clear any snow from the back decks or porches.

Temperatures stay COLD for much of this week. Highs may not top the freezing mark on Monday, Tuesday, or Wednesday. It's just a reminder that winter is far from done! In fact, we still have 2 months before spring officially arrives.

FORECAST DETAILS:

TODAY: Windy, some clearing, milder.  High: Near 40.

MONDAY: Sunny, cold. High: Mid-upper 20s.

TUESDAY: Mostly sunny. High: 20s.

WEDNESDAY: Sunny. High: Mid 20s.

THURSDAY: Sunny. High: Near 40.

FRIDAY: Mostly sunny. High: 40s.

SATURDAY: Chance for rain.  High: 35-40.

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