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Wintry mix likely tonight, with little to no accumulation

TONIGHT: Light rain wrapping around on the back of our frontal passage earlier today, will transition into snow through the night. Thanks to recent warming and warm ground temperatures, little to no accumulation is expected. Temperatures will be in the mid 30s by 10 PM, when rain will slowly begin to transition into a wintry mix. Lows tonight bottom out near 30 degrees, with very windy conditions. Winds will be out of the west up to 25 mph, with gusts as high as 35.

TUESDAY: Outside of some AM snow flurries, Tuesday will be a chilly and dry day. Some slick spots are likely on the roadways for the AM commute, as temperatures will be near the freezing mark. Overcast skies will stick around through most of the day, with some late day sunshine. We’ll see highs top out near 40 degrees, with winds out of the northwest up to 18 mph, with gusts up to 20.

EXTENDED: As the most recent frontal passage is not Arctic in origin, we’ll quickly see a rebound in our temperatures. Highs by Wednesday afternoon will be in the mid 40s, with the upper 50s returning by the end of the week. Wind conditions will also be present Friday, as our next system begins to take shape. Late Friday evening into Saturday morning, another cold front will track through the region and bring more rain. Right now it looks the best chance will be along and south of Hwy 50. As the rain comes to an end, we’ll see a return to cooler conditions, with overnight lows back in the teens and 20s, with afternoon highs in the 30s and 40s. Watch ABC 17 news and check back on our website for the latest updates to your forecast.

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