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Tonight: Some lingering flurries and a snow shower; some slick spots and black ice overnight/sub-freezing temps. Low: 29

Thanksgiving: Passing flurries around, otherwise, brisk and cold with times of clouds and sunshine. High: 37 Low: 24

The first significant snow of our season moved through our region Wednesday. You can see a map detailing the snowfall total accumulations at this link. Please be on guard for black ice overnight. Some lingering flurries (and a snow shower in spots) is still possible. Thanksgiving may feature some lingering flurries early, but it will generally be a dry day with times of clouds and sunshine. Highs on Thursday will be in the mid to upper 30s with a light wind. Any melting that takes place Thanksgiving day could lead to black ice for Black Friday shoppers Friday morning as temperatures plummet into the mid 20's early Friday morning. Friday will be another chilly day across the viewing area with daytime highs once again in the mid to upper 30s under partly sunny skies. Have a happy Thanksgiving!

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