Cold weekend ahead with chances for flurries

Tonight: Tonight will be continuing the chances of rain across the area, but at around midnight or before we could expect to see rain turn to snow. Accumulation of less than an inch is expected. It will also be windy with winds around 15-20 mph with gusts around 35 mph possible, so be sure to secure loose objects before they blow away. Expect the low to be around 28 degrees.

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Weekend: The snow showers overnight tonight will carry into the early afternoon hours Saturday before tapering off. The high for Saturday will be about 36 degrees, withy winds form the northwest at about 10-10 mph, which will create a wind chill. Sunday is a little warmer, and less windy, and is sunny. The high will be around 38 degrees, and some could see up 40 degrees for the high.

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7-Day: Monday starts off warmer than Sunday, with a high of 43 degrees. Tuesday through Thursday expect the possibility for rain across the area. The potential for rain also brings warmer temperatures, with highs near 70 degrees Wednesday and near 60 on Thursday before cooling off Friday.

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Weather Forecaster Lance Huffman

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