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Evening Forecast Wednesday, January 29th, 2014

Arctic air will continue to retreat.
Updated: Wednesday Evening, January 29th, 2014
Reported by: Chief Meteorologist Joe Murgo

Sunshine helped to take the edge off of the frigid pattern today with temperatures returning into the middle teens. A clear sky and relative light winds will help temperatures to still drop to near zero in  many locations tonight. The cold air will continue to depart Thursday, and as it does, sunshine will mix with, and at times be blocked by clouds. There probably will be more clouds by the end of the day. Temperatures Thursday will rebound into the 20s and then may continue to rise a bit Thursday night. A dying front will bring a couple of snow showers, flurries or a touch of freezing drizzle Friday. This front will stall and then come back northward as a warm front on Saturday bringing drizzle or a bit of a wintry mix at times. The mercury will rise above freezing Saturday night into early Sunday then a cold front will pass. Clouds, flurries and perhaps snow showers will give way to some clearing Sunday. Temperatures Sunday will still reach in the 30s to near 40 Sunday and then it will turn colder Sunday night with lows in the middle to upper teens. High pressure will give us at least some sunshine Monday before the next system will bring a wintry mix later Tuesday into Wednesday.
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