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TRACKING: Chance of flurries or light snow Wednesday

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Patchy fog and freezing drizzle will be possible early this morning. Widespread travel issues aren’t expected, but untreated roads may become a little slick.

Aside from the freezing drizzle chance this morning, the sky remains cloud throughout the day. We keep a light northwest wind 5-10 mph, with temperatures in the middle 20s to near 30°.

Patchy fog will be possible once again tonight with a light and variable wind. Temperatures drop into the teens and lower 20s.

A weak disturbance moves in Wednesday bringing the chance of scattered flurries and light snow showers, especially in the morning. Any accumulation is expected to be less than a half inch.

There is another chance of light snow Friday.

Temperatures the next few days will be in the upper 20s to near 30°. Highs are forecast to warm into the 30s this weekend. Sunday and Monday may be near 40°.

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Kyle Kiel

Meteorologist

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