Cold temperatures will give way to quick warm-up with more rain chances
Tonight: Snow flurries will taper off early with partial clearing overnight. We will have an overnight low of 19 degrees with wind chill values slipping into the upper single digits. Be sure to have the winter coat if you are heading out tonight!
Tomorrow: It will be much drier, but not much warmer with partly cloudy skies throughout the day. We will only reach a high of around 30 degrees. Wind chill values will only be in the mid-20's by the afternoon.
7-Day Forecast: A weak system will move in Thursday night and bring rain chances for Friday morning. Then a slow but quick warm-up looks to come in as we head into the weekend. Temperatures will get into the mid 50's by Saturday, which is also the first of December. However, widespread rain and a few isolated thunderstorms are likely Saturday morning. Temperatures will quickly back off and eventually settle into the high 30's by next Tuesday with more sporadic rain chances.
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