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Flurries tonight and then cool down kicks in Wednesday

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TUESDAY NIGHT: The sky will be mostly cloudy with a 30% snow shower chance from troughs of lower air pressure wafting by the region. Accumulations should go a trace to an inch. Low temps will run 10-15. The wind will be NNE 5-15 mph.

WEDNESDAY: The sky will remain mostly cloudy even though the light snow chance should shut off fairly early. High temps will be between 18-23 degrees. The wind should be NNW 5-15 mph.

SNOW FORECAST: Most areas should get only flurries but lake effect may push totals towards an inch for the Snow Belt of the South Shore.

THURSDAY: A not so arctic high will come to cool us down but not drastically. The sky will become clear to partly cloudy. Low temp will be 3 with a high of 19.

FRIDAY AND THE WEEKEND:  Friday will be mostly sunny with low 0 and high 22. Saturday will be mostly sunny as well with low 5 and high 29. Sunday should be partly sunny and warmer with low 15 and high 35. Next work week, another warm spell will come to call with the high temps staying in the mid 30's through Tuesday. Next light snow chance is Monday.

Dave Anderson

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