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Bundle up with the significant other this Valentine’s Day- cold air strikes our region

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Cooler air rushed in for us from the northwest overnight allowing us to wake up much cooler than what we have recently experienced. Temperatures to start are in the 20's and lower 30s. Wind chill values (feels like) are picking up in the teens for a few spots. Winds are still a bit breezy to start the day. Gusts can be seen hitting around 20-25 MPH. Throughout the afternoon, winds will subside. A few areas will deal with some morning snow flurries/flakes, but most of the snow looks confined more to our north around the Ohio Valley. Counties north of I-64 have the best chance to see the snowflakes.

We remain mostly dry throughout today with decreasing clouds. Sunshine returns, but temperatures won't warm up that much. Highs will only be in the middle-upper 20s and lower 30s.

Overnight, temperatures will be even cooler falling in the teens. Definitely need the winter coat if heading out for any Valentine's festivities!

Throughout tomorrow winds will shift from the northwest to the south allowing average temperatures to return. We will have highs in the 40s with mostly sunny skies. We keep up with a more dry trend Sunday and Monday where slim rain/snow chances are possible.

A few frontal systems look to head our way on Tuesday allowing widespread rain to return. So far, not expecting a big snow even into next week as temperatures will be hovering in the 50s on Monday and Tuesday (even possibly seeing lower 60s!) and then cooling down in the 40s and 30s Wednesday through Thursday.

Catherine Maxwell

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