Dry Week Ahead

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Cool weather will continue through the first part of the weekend with a slow gradual warm up. Friday will be a few degrees cooler than Saturday with subfreezing highs expected area-wide. The major difference will be the sky cover which will be partly to mostly sunny, a big difference from our overall cloudy pattern.

Overnight temperatures will drop into the teens and twenties as cool air settles in, clouds become sparse and winds begin to calm. During the day, Saturday will be more of the same with highs in the 30s and partly sunny skies.

Sunday begins the gradual warm-up with highs back into the mid to upper 30s. Monday through Wednesday will have highs either approaching or above 40 degrees. It will remain dry through Thursday with a chance of rain or snow developing Thursday into Friday with temperatures cooling there after.

Meteorologist Nick Marusiak

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Light rain tonight

Light rain tonight

Clouds have built back in ahead of a fairly broad system bringing rain and mild temperatures to about a third

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