Cold Temperatures & Snow Chances Continue

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Updated: 1/15 11:39 pm
Midnight Update:  After having temperatures in the 50s from Friday, January 10th through Tuesday, January 14th, a cold stretch will continue for the week ahead.  Thursday will be cold and breezy, with temperatures around 38 degrees, yet with wind gusts up to 30 mph, wind chills will be in the teens for a good part of the day.  Another cold front will approach and move through the region late Thursday into early Friday, bringing colder air and the chance for light snow showers.  A dusting to one inch is all we're expecting at this time for snowfall accumulations through Friday.  Friday will be a colder day, with highs around 29 degrees earlier in the day, with temperatures falling into the low to mid 20s by Friday afternoon.  Saturday will start off the weekend with partly to mostly cloudy skies, and a high of 33 degrees.  Another cold front will bring the chance for light snow showers late Saturday into early Sunday morning, with another dusting of snow possible.  Sunday will feature decreasing clouds, with a high of 38 degrees.  Temperatures will moderate by Monday, with highs around 43 degrees.
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Cold temperatures and snow chances stay in the forecast, with only light accumulation expected.

TONIGHT: Some flurries will be possible early tonight, with some clearing skies into early Thursday morning. Overnight low temperatures will be around 19 degrees.

THURSDAY: Clouds will increase through the day, with high temperatures around 38 degrees. A breezy southwesterly wind will gust up to 30 mph at times Thursday afternoon, making it feel colder, with wind chills in the teens. There will also be a chance for flurries through the day.

THURSDAY NIGHT: A cold front will move through the region Thursday night into early Friday, with snow showers possible. Overnight low temperatures will be around 25 degrees.

FRIDAY: Colder air will continue to move into the region on Friday, keeping temperatures from rising much. Friday high temperatures will be around 29 degrees, with falling temperatures by late in the afternoon. The chance for light snow showers will continue through the day Friday. Snowfall accumulations only look to be one inch or less at this time.

WEEKEND: Saturday will feature mostly cloudy skies, with high temperatures around 33 degrees. Another cold front will move through late Saturday into early Sunday, bringing more snow chances. Only a dusting of snow is expected. Sunday morning low temperatures will be around 23 degrees, with Sunday afternoon high temperatures around 38 degrees.

NEXT WEEK: Temperatures will moderate back into the lower 40s by Monday, for Dr. M.L. King Jr. Day, with partly sunny skies. Tuesday will feature partly sunny skies, with the chance for some late day snow, as high temperatures reach 39 degrees. Much colder air returns by Wednesday of next week, with light snow possible.


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