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Overnight Forecast, Sunday January 26, 2014

Temperatures will continue to climb ahead of Monday morning's cold front.
Updated: Sunday night, January 26th
Reported by: Meteorologist Steve Newton

Southwesterly winds will continue through the overnight hours ahead of a cold front which will arrive for the morning commute. Temperatures will be climbing through the overnight hours, with the highest temperatures for Monday coming right before the cold front passes. There will be a quick round of snow (and maybe rain) showers as the front moves through, creating slick spots on roads across the region. Behind the front winds will become northwesterly and westnorthwestelry, bringing the next round of arctic air. Temperatures will fall through the day to near the single digits by the evening commute. Many spots will be below zero during the overnight hours, with a wind chill watch in place across the region Monday night through Tuesday morning. The cold air is going to stick around for the first half of the week, with highs in the single digits Tuesday and Wednesday. Warmer air is going to start filtering in for the second half of the week, with the potential for us to get above freezing by the end of the week.
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