Chance for some flurries later this week

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Later tonight, the breeze will stay gusty at 15-25mph out of the north as temperatures plummet into the teens and 20s.

The breeze will give us wind chills in the single digits, ouch!

Skies will be mostly clear overnight, normally a harbinger of maximum cooling, but the breeze will at least mix the air up enough to keep us out of the single digits.

Monday looks partly cloudy and cold with highs in the 40s. The breeze will be much lighter out of the south at 5-15mph.

Temperatures will climb into the 60s on Tuesday before our next cold front arrives on Wednesday to drop us into the 40s and 50s.

There’s a chance for some sprinkles and flurries behind Wednesday’s cold front, but chances are only 20% and amounts look very light, so we’ll keep an eye on it.

The coldest day of the week will be Thursday as we stay in the 30s during the afternoon.

Stay tuned for the latest!

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