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Tonight: Turning out mostly clear, brisk and cold. Low: 12
Wednesday: Brisk and cold with plenty of sunshine. High: 28 Low: 6

As some drier air filters into the region look for skies to gradually clear out overnight allowing our low temperatures to dip into the lower and middle teens. There will also be a slight breeze at times out of the northwest overnight causing our wind chills to be in the single digits. Brisk and cold conditions will be featured on Wednesday with highs temperatures holding in the mid to upper 20s despite plenty of sunshine overhead. We will start off with some sunshine on Thursday before the cloud cover begins to increase once again as another clipper system approaches the region. This storm is expected to bring us a period of snow late Thursday into Friday before quickly pulling away from the area. 

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