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Monday Morning Forecast, January 27, 2014

Temp plummet and we'll have frigid wind chills this afternoon.
Updated Monday Morning, January 27th
Reported by Meteorologist Regina Miller

There will be a quick round of snow, mixed showers as the front moves through. Heavy snow squalls will create slick spots and reduced visibility early on roads across the region. Behind the front winds will become northwesterly and west-northwesterly, bringing the next round of arctic air. Temperatures will fall through the day to near the single digits by the evening commute. Clouds will break for some sun with a snow shower in spots into the afternoon.  Tonight will be bitterly cold.  Temps tonight will range anywhere from about 1 degree to -7. Wind chill advisories and warnings are in place until noon tomorrow.  Wind chills tonight will be in the - 15 to -25 degree range.  Tomorrow highs will only be in the single digits under partly sunny skies.  Wednesday will be mostly sunny and cold with a high around 12.  Thursday will be sunny with perhaps a few late day clouds.  Highs will be in the low 20s.  Weekend temps rise into the 30s, however there is also a chance for some snow or a mix by Saturday.
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