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Tracking blustery conditions and a wintry mix for Thursday

TODAY: Early Thursday morning, visibility may be an issue for some as fog has developed overnight behind a wet day on Wednesday. Additionally, clouds are moving in, making for another dreary day ahead. Precipitation returns Thursday with aforementioned clouds, but in a much more isolated fashion than Wednesday. Light rain and snow showers will be possible through the mid-morning to early afternoon hours. Winds will primarily bring cool west air at a sustained rate of 10-20 mph, and we may see gusts as high as 20-30 mph at times. This helps keep temperatures steadily in the high 30s through much of the day, with wind chills in the 20s. Staying above freezing will keep any light snow showers and the associated cold rain from causing any issues.

TONIGHT: Temperatures will fall below freezing tonight. We'll start early Friday in the 20s. Clouds will hang on for much of the night, but we may have a chance at a sunrise early Friday as we'll be nearing the clearing edge of clouds.

EXTENDED: We'll have a chance at more sunshine on Friday, which should help boost temperatures back into the low 40s, but it's still a chilly day with wind chills still hanging in the 20s. Saturday starts dry, but more rain is on the way by Saturday night. Temperatures will climb into the low-to-mid 40s by Saturday afternoon, but as rain progresses overnight, falling temperatures may allow any precipitation to transition to snow. Temperatures look borderline at this point, but there is increasing confidence that some may see accumulating snow. The best chance for this looks to fall north of I-70, where some could see as much as an inch as of right now. However, this may change in both amounts and placement, so attention is needed heading forward. Sunday night, we're drying out and Monday is another day in the low 40s with more sunshine. Another system appears on the radar for Tuesday through Wednesday, where forecast temperatures are yet again straddling the freezing line, so we'll have to keep an eye out for next week as well.

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