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Cold, but dry conditions to start the week

TONIGHT:

A weak shortwave will continue to move across the region, bringing light snow showers and flurries. This will end west to east overnight, and we'll see mostly cloudy skies. Temperatures will remain in the single digits above zero, with winds out of the southwest at 10 mph.

MONDAY:

The parade of shortwaves continue for Monday, however on the weaker side. Winds will be out of the southwest to westerly by the afternoon. High temperatures will reach to near 13 degrees with mostly sunny skies. More clouds move in by the overnight as a system approaches.

TUESDAY:

A low pressure moves across the region, with very little moisture. We will see mostly to partly cloudy skies and a 20% chance of light snow and flurries. High temperatures will climb to 15 degrees, but by late afternoon winds shift out of the north and west. Behind the cold front, we will see clearing skies and another shot of arctic air. Temperatures overnight will plummet to -15 degrees!

WEDNESDAY:

Wednesday morning will be a bitter cold morning, with lows in the double digits below zero. As high pressure build we will see mostly sunny skies and a very cold afternoon with highs in the single digits above zero.

LOOKING AHEAD:

As an upper level ridge builds on Wednesday night, winds will shift to become more southerly and allow for warmer temperatures. Thursday through the weekend temperatures will climb into the upper 20s and may break the freezing mark on Sunday! Skies will be mostly cloudy into the weekend.

Kaitlyn Moffett

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