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Wet Followed By Cold

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Updated: 12/09/2012 11:26 pm
Scattered showers and thunderstorms accompany a much advertised cold front Monday.
We'll start off with a mild morning but temps will fall throughout the day into the 40s by the evening commute.
Northwest winds will also be blustery around 5-15 mph.
By late Monday evening, some lingering light rain combined with the colder air, a few flurries may mix in.

Tuesday will be a dramatic change starting in the upper 20s and struggling to hit 40° by afternoon.
A dry period, with a slow warming trend, will take hold through Friday.
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