Cold overnight with lingering clouds; flurries early Tuesday

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QUICK-LOOK FORECAST

  • Clouds linger and cold overnight
  • Flurries or snow shower early Tuesday
  • Rain returns this week

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DETAILED FORECAST

Overnight: Clouds will linger through the night and it’ll be cold with lows near 30 degrees by daybreak. A weak front will swing through, bringing the chance of a few flurries or snow showers by morning, Storm Center 7 Chief Meteorologist McCall Vrydaghs said. 

Tuesday: A few passing flurries or snow showers are possible early in the day, but no accumulation is expected. It will be a mostly cloudy day with a light breeze. Temperatures will reach a high in the middle 30s but wind chills will make it feel like it is in the upper 20s. Clouds begin to break for the second half of the day leading to partly cloudy skies at night with lows in the middle 20s. 

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Wednesday: Partly sunny and chilly with highs in the lower 40s. It will be a quiet day but temperatures will be around 10 degrees below normal. 

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Thanksgiving: Cool, but mostly sunny skies are expected for the holiday on Thursday. Highs will be in the upper 30s in the afternoon. 

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Friday: Clouds build for Black Friday through the day. Rain showers arrive in the evening through the overnight. Temperatures will be mild before the rain arrives, with highs near 50 degrees. Rain sticks around into the overnight with breezy conditions as well. 

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Saturday: Rain likely, especially early. A mild day expected with highs around 50 degrees. 

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