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Tonight: Clear and quite cold. Low: 3

Thursday: Some sun will fade behind increasing clouds; some snow moves in at night. High: 30 Low: 26

Brisk and cold conditions will be on tap overnight with low temperatures in the single digits (some areas may see sub 0 temps). .Thursday will start off with some sunshine. but the cloud cover quickly increase once again. Another clipper system approaches our area from the west. This storm is expected to bring us a period of snow starting around the evening commute on Thursday. Snow tapers off to snow showers early Friday morning. In its wake the area will be left with blustery conditions on Friday as the clouds clear and temperatures drop. We could see a potent snow shower/squall at some point Friday as an arctic boundary moves through. This will reinforce the very cold air in our area. Highs on Friday will be in the low 30s, but by the late afternoon most will have fallen back into the 20s. SIngle digit lows again Friday night. Have a great Thursday!

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