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Next Few Hours
First Alert Forecast
Much warmer this afternoon compared to yesterday as temps crack the mid-20s under sunny skies with winds out of the southwest at 5-10 MPH. Wind chills will still be in the single digits to lower 10s.
A much warmer, sunny and tranquil forecast is expected over the next several days with temps cracking into the 40s on Thursday and Friday. Lots of snow-melt is expected and will leave roadways wet during the day. These wet roadways will re-freeze due overnight temps falling below freezing and patchy black ice will be possible through Friday morning.
Winds will become breezier over the weekend in advance of a storm system. Temperatures will jump into the 50s under cloudy skies Saturday and Sunday with a chance for rain by Sunday afternoon, possibly even a few rumbles of thunder.
Some light snow may be possible on the back side of this system as it exits on Monday, but is not expected to accumulate due to warmer ground temps due to the mild weekend. Temperatures into next week will be cooler, but near normal highs/lows in the 30s/40s.
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