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The above normal temperatures continue today, with highs once again reaching the 40s. We will see a breezy day, with winds moving in from 15 to 20mph and gusting up to 40mph. The strong winds will stick around throughout the evening as well.

Clouds move in tonight and will bring in our next round of snow. Snow showers will begin this evening and continue into Monday afternoon. Snow showers will be very scattered and stay off and on. Snowfall accumulations are looking to stay at an inch or below.

Though we won’t be seeing much snowfall, roads could be slick throughout the night. The strong winds could also cause blowing snow, which will reduce visibility at times. Keep this in mind if you have any travel plans.

Have a great weekend!

Meteorologist Kelsey Woodard

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YOUR FIRST ALERT FORECAST FROM THERESA BRYANT

Your Sunday forecast calls for a cloudy start, followed by gradual clearing and a period of sunshine by afternoon. Look for breezy winds and mild temperatures with highs in the upper 30’s to upper 40’s. A cold front sweeping out of the northern plains will bring a taste of winter back to the region tonight. We’ll see cloudy skies and a slight chance for a wintry mix of rain and snow during the evening hours, changing to all snow and continuing overnight. Brisk winds out of the west could cause some visibility problems due to blowing snow. Those snow showers will continue into Monday, with near blizzard conditions being found to the north and west outside the viewing area. Light accumulations will generally be the rule, with most locations getting around 1” of fresh snow. Cold air moves back into the weather picture, with highs only reach the 20’s this week.

TODAY:  Morning clouds followed by afternoon sunshine. Breezy and milder. High: 44°. Wind: W 10-20+ mph.

TONIGHT:  Becoming mostly cloudy with a slight chance for a wintry mix developing by evening. The mix changes to light snow overnight. Low: 24°. Wind: W 15-25 mph could produce blowing snow.

MONDAY:  Mostly cloudy, windy and cooler with a chance for light snow showers. Total accumulations around 1” with blowing snow possible. High: 27°. Wind: NW 20-30 mph with gusts up to 40 mph.

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