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Below freezing weekend, snow chance Sun-Mon

TONIGHT: It will be another very cold night as winds remain breezy out of the north up to 15 mph, with wind chill values as low as -10. Actual air temperatures will fall to 10 degrees through the night as clouds increase.

SATURDAY: Clouds will decrease through the day and it will continue to be very cold with high temperatures in the low 20s, about 15 degrees below average. A northerly breeze up to 8 mph will produce wind chills from the single digits in the morning to the low teens in the afternoon.

EXTENDED: A fast moving area of low pressure will move through Sunday and bring a chance of light snow from mid-morning to mid-afternoon. A dusting to an inch of snow is possible with highest amounts west of HWY 63. High temperatures will only reach the mid 20s Sunday. There is also a chance of brief light snow or flurries Monday morning as another surge of Arctic air moves in. This will drop temperatures to near zero Monday and Tuesday nights with highs Tuesday only in the teens. Temperatures will stay below freezing through next Wednesday with slowly warming temperatures possible late in the week, reaching the 40s by next Friday. Watch ABC 17 news and check back on our website for the latest updates to your forecast.

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