Super cold start to the week with a few flurries

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Skies continue to fill in with clouds across the area as temps bottom out in to the upper 30s and lower 40s across the viewing area. There will be a few light rain showers in the early morning hours of Monday, but there won’t be a ton of rain for the area.

Later into the afternoon, there will be colder air pouring into the state and temps will be falling throughout the afternoon and into the evening.. While there won’t be much moisture left over, there may be enough for a few scattered flurries for the northeastern counties to end the afternoon, but there will not be any accumulation. The clouds will be tough to clear out into Monday night and into early on Tuesday. A few flurries will linger, especially across the northern counties during the morning on Tuesday.

There will be some sunshine though that makes it through the clouds during the day on Tuesday, but it is going to be a cold day. Temps on Tuesday will struggle to get into the middle and upper 30s for highs across the viewing area. Wind chills will also be a problem later into the night on Tuesday with lows dipping down into the lower and middle 20s with an upper teen or two possible in our far north counties.

Sunshine will be likely for Wednesday and temps will warm into the upper 30s to near 40 degrees along the I-20 corridor. Another cold night will be in place for Wednesday night into early on Thursday. Lows again headed back into the upper teens and lower 20s.

Dry weather will stay in place to wrap up the week.

 

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