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Wind dies down, not as cold Monday

TONIGHT: We stay quiet overnight, hanging on to mostly clear skies as dry air continues to slide in. Temperatures will drop into the mid to upper teens for lows tonight with these clear skies. Winds won’t be howling nearly as much tonight, out of the north with an occasional gust reaching 20 mph.

MONDAY: Temperatures moderate as winds die down into Monday. We’ll see continued sunshine with temperatures reaching the low 40s for the start of the work week as winds come in from the southeast up to 10 mph.

EXTENDED: Tuesday we continue the warming trend, getting into the mid to upper 40s in the afternoon. Our next shot at precipitation moves in Wednesday as another cold front moves through. A few light rain showers are possible Wednesday with winds shifting to the north by early afternoon and falling temperatures, leaving us colder Wednesday night and Thursday. There is a chance of a light wintry mix early Thursday as an upper level disturbance passes through. We’ll stay in the low to mid 30s Thursday but will warm back into the 40s Friday before arctic air arrives for the first weekend of March. Highs will only reach into the 20s Saturday, dropping into the single digits Saturday night. The arctic air looks like it will hang around through the weekend. Check back with ABC 17 News for the latest forecast.

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