Temperatures will drop into the lower 20s overnight. Factor in a northwest wind of 8 to 16 mph and we will see wind chill values in the teens.
The core of the coldest air will settle into our area overnight and Wednesday.
The day Tuesday began with parts of our region seeing their first snowflakes of the season quickly add up to a dusting of snow on non-paved surfaces.
Breezy conditions and cold air will ensure that Wednesday will feel like the coldest day so far this season.
Thursday will be milder with mostly sunny skies and highs in the lower 50s.
Milder air will arrive for the weekend.
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