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Warmer Friday, arctic blast this weekend

TONIGHT: Our lows will bottom out near 15 degrees as skies remain partly to mostly cloudy. We’ll begin to see our winds slowly shift around out of the west and northwest up to 7 mph, giving us wind chills in the single digits after midnight.

FRIDAY: Friday will be the warmest day until late next week as we reach the upper 20s north of I-70 and low to mid 30s south with southeast winds at 5-10 mph. Clouds will thicken as a cold front moves through Friday night. Snow flurries or patchy freezing drizzle are possible north of I-70 Friday night as arctic air moves in.

EXTENDED: Bitterly cold air moves in Saturday, dropping our temperatures from the low teens in the early morning to the single digits by afternoon as northerly winds increase to 10-15 mph. Low temperatures will drop to 0-4 degrees by early Sunday morning with wind chills as low as 18 below zero. We’ll stay in the single digits all day long Sunday with mostly cloudy skies. Some snow flurries are possible but at this time, no measurable snow is expected. As we ring in 2018, temperatures will be near 0, dropping as low as 8 below zero by Monday morning with dangerous wind chills as low as 20 below zero. The arctic air hangs around much of next week with sub-freezing temperatures possible through next Thursday. Watch ABC17 News for the newest forecast and check back here for updates.

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