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Coldest day yet this seasonThursday

TONIGHT: Clouds will break up overnight with low temperatures dropping to near 20. Northwesterly winds at 10-15 mph will generate wind chills as low as 8 degrees by morning.

THURSDAY: It will feel more like the middle of winter as temperatures stay below freezing, only reaching 32 degrees as skies clear to sunny skies by afternoon. The icy northwest wind will make temperatures feel more like 10 in the morning and upper teens to lower 20s in the afternoon. Winds will decrease late in the day.

EXTENDED: Thursday night will be coldest night yet this season with low temperatures in the mid to upper teens and wind chills dropping to near 10. Winds will shift to the southwest up to 15 mph and help modify temperatures Friday, bumping our highs up to near 40 with increasing clouds. A few sprinkles are possible by late afternoon with some snow flurries possible early in the evening. Saturday will stay chilly with highs in the upper 30s but we’ll warm up Sunday, reaching the upper 40s under partly cloudy skies. After a seasonal start to the week Monday, another cold front will move through, dropping temperatures again by next Tuesday and Wednesday with afternoon highs only in the 30s. Watch ABC17 news for the latest forecast and follow ABC17 Stormtrack on Twitter for updates.

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