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Pleasant for Thursday; forecast does a 180 starting tomorrow

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Remaining dry for the rest of our day. Dry weather won't last too long though. Cold front rushes in tomorrow to bring rain and snow along with breezy and cool conditions.

Today we are starting off quite cool. Temperatures are in the 20s and even a few spots are in the teens! Wind chill values are in the teens for some of the area as wind gusts have been hitting around 15-20 MPH at times. 15-20 MPH wind gusts will come and go throughout the day.

High temperatures warm nicely into the mid-upper 40s and 50s. Mostly sunny skies stay around.

Increasing clouds happen overnight out in front of the cold front. Wind gusts will increase in speed as well. Gusts can hit 20-30 MPH tonight and throughout Friday.

Temperatures tonight will drop into the 20s and 30s and our highs tomorrow for most will linger in the 30s. Some of the area may hit in the lower 40s, but really depends on how fast cold air will rush in.

A mix of rain and snow is expected to start as early as tomorrow morning before the prime morning commute time and continue throughout the afternoon.

Some models are hinting at a break in the later afternoon and evening, but scattered snow will build back in for Friday night and throughout the day on Saturday. Light accumulations are likely for Friday through Saturday. Could see anywhere from a trace to 3 inches around the viewing area.

Keep in mind snow accumulations are still possible Sunday and even into Monday, so snow totals will continue to rise. Slick travel and freezing conditions are likely mainly to start Friday night and last into Monday.

Catherine Maxwell

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