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A cold front and some snow is on the way

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Tonight: Variable clouds and cold. Wide temperature range possible. Wind: SW 3-8 Low: 14-24
Thursday: Clouds increase with a 40% chance of snow developing in the evening. Snow could be briefly heavy later. Tr-1” possible. Wind: SW 7-12G18 High: 31-35
Thursday Night: Partly to mostly cloudy. 30% chance of snow showers. Wind: NW 7-12G22 Low: 20-25

Forecast Discussion:
We are in for a fairly quiet week of weather this week. Aside from a bit below average temperatures, there really is no significant, highly impactful weather to note.

Variable clouds will be with us tonight with lows in the teens to low 20s. Clouds will increase Thursday as a cold front approaches in the afternoon. Snow showers will develop later in the day, likely after about 5pm, and could be briefly heavy late. Any accumulations will be minimal, with up to 1” possible.

The disturbance that brings the Thursday snowfall moves eastward Friday with a smaller chance of residual lake effect flakes through the early afternoon. Highs dip a bit with colder air coming in behind the disturbance and should remain in the upper 20s.

Saturday and Sunday look quiet with highs in the upper 20s Saturday and around freezing Sunday. Overnight lows stay in the teens to around 20. Monday and Tuesday are also tranquil with highs around freezing and lows in the 20s.

Howard Manges

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