Rain to Snow Tuesday, Bitter Cold Wednesday

Cold front to bring arctic air, possible flakes Tuesday

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I am nearly certain you won't be going the full speed limit Monday morning, so just plan to get up a bit earlier. As road temperatures drop, freezing could occur.

Southwest winds Wednesday at 15-30 miles per hour may blow & drift any snow that doesn't melt Tuesday or that falls in the Wednesday period. Be sure to check back for updates both online and on-air.

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A strong cold front will cross the region early this week, bringing potentially record-breaking cold and a wintry mix of rain and snow.

As of right now, model data has been pretty consistent on timing for the changeover, so keep your fingers crossed snow lovers. Overnight lows will drop into the mid-20s.

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MONDAY 6PM: Rain and snow will all shift east out of our area into the evening with bitterly cold temperatures filtering in for the overnight into Tuesday. Due to warm pavements temperatures, most of the snowfall accumulation will stay on elevated surfaces, such as grass, trees, decks and bridges. However, wind chills will be in the teens and single digits at times. With less people on the road (in theory, ) hopefully we can handle some of this light snow early morning.

Arctic air will arrive for Tuesday night through Wednesday night.

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The good news is that temperatures should get above freezing, although not by much, and the sunshine will make an appearance. Partly cloudy and not as chilly to end the week with highs Thursday in the mid 30s, rising to the upper 30s Friday and Saturday. It will be done by lunch time and have impacts on the Morning a.m. commute.

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