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TRACKING: Frigid tonight and light snow chances into the weekend

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Tonight is going to be FRIGID. Temperatures drop into the single digits below zero by morning with a wind from the northwest around 10-15 mph. Wind chills are in the teens below zero through Friday morning.

Friday morning is mostly sunny. During the afternoon clouds move in with a chance of light snow or flurries. Any snow accumulation would be less than 0.5”. Not everyone will see light snow in the afternoon. Friday night remains cloudy with a southwest breeze. Temperatures are not as cold, only falling into the teens by Saturday morning.

Saturday and Sunday will have a lot of clouds around and occasional snow showers through the weekend. Snow accumulations for the weekend would be 1-2”. The wind does increase Saturday night into Sunday.

There will be some quick hits of light snow every 18-24 hours. Timing is the biggest question since they are moving in and out of the area so fast. More details on that by the end of the weekend. Temperatures remain below normal through next week.

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