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Snow tapers off Friday evening, more possible Saturday night

TONIGHT: Snow will move be tapering off in the evening, but we hang on to mostly cloudy skies overnight. Temperatures will dip into the low to mid teens once again, with northeasterly winds creating wind chills in the single digits for Saturday morning.

SATURDAY: We get a break during the day on Saturday, with dry weather and temperatures making it to the low 30s with partly cloudy skies. Northeast winds at 5-10 mph will shift to the east in the afternoon.

EXTENDED: Another disturbance moves in Saturday night into Sunday morning, bringing an additional chance of light accumulating snow. This second batch looks even lighter than the first, with accumulations topping out 1-2″, mainly north of I-70. Areas south could see some freezing rain and very light snow with a glaze of ice possible by Sunday morning and a dusting of snow. By noon Sunday we are dry with temperatures warming into the lower 30s north of I-70 and mid to upper 30s south. Temperatures will stay below average for much of the next week as this unsettled pattern delivers reinforcing shots of cold air. Our next chance of snow moves in by late Tuesday into Wednesday morning with measurable snow possible. Watch ABC 17 News for the latest forecast and check back here for updates.

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