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Chilly overnight ahead of cloudy Sunday with afternoon snow/wintry mix…

Cold conditions on the way overnight yet again, as temperatures will be dropping below 20 for most of us. The wind chills will be into the low teens and single digits so make sure you are bundled up when you head out the door. Clouds will increase throughout our Sunday as a mix of snow and rain will be with us in the afternoon and evening. Currently models suggest we could see a quick burst of snow in the mid-afternoon hours before temperatures warm up enough where we will see all rain. A quick dusting to one inch is possible with higher amounts in the ridges.

The system will continue on Monday with mostly rain for the lowlands and a mix of freezing rain, ice, and sleet for the mountains. That will fade out Tuesday with a little bit of wintry mix and mostly cloudy skies and warmer temperatures in the 30s and 40s. Wednesday will be a break in between two systems before snow showers, some of them could be heavy or in squalls with some rain mixed in as of now.

TONIGHT: Mostly clear early, with clouds late. Low: 17. Wind: W 5-15 MPH.
SUNDAY: Increasing clouds with a chance for a mix of rain and snow in the afternoon and evening. High: 41. Low: 31.
MONDAY: Mainly cloudy with rain for the lowlands and a snow/sleet/freezing rain/ice mix possible for the mountains. High: 46. Low: 31.
TUESDAY: Mostly to variably cloudy with a snow/sleet/rain mix possible. High: 43. Low: 25.
WEDNESDAY: Partly cloudy and dry. Snow potentially moves in overnight. High: 40. Low: 26.
THURSDAY: Cloudy with possible snow and some raindrops mixing in. High: 37. Low: 19.
FRIDAY: Partly cloudy and chilly. High: 38.

STORMTRACKER 12 Meteorologist Dillon Gaudet

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