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Tonight: Snow tapering off to flurries; an additional inch or two of snow through the evening hours; some slick spots overnight/sub-freezing temps. Low: 29

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

***Winter Storm Warning for parts of the area***

***Winter Weather Advisory for our southern viewing area***

The first significant snow of our season continues to move northeast. Best batch of upward motion moving away from us this evening. Some lingering snow and flurries could still provide an additional 1-2" around. Most areas will end up with 4 - 6 inches of snow (with higher elevations getting 6-12 inches). Travel delays could still be an issue with slippery areas overnight and early Thanksgiving. 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. 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.

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