WEATHER: Wind chills are dangerously low, few flurries expected for Friday

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Blowing and drifting snow will continue to produce small drifts on area roadways.

We’re looking for a cloudy Friday with a continuation of very cold weather, and even a few flurries, but after a dry weekend a more robust storm arrives early next week.

Look for snow Monday night into Tuesday as our very active weather pattern continues.

Stay with the 4Warn Weather Team for the latest conditions on this developing winter storm.

CLOSINGS: Check school, church and business closings here

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