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Veteran’s Day snow and Arctic air will impact the area

Mostly clear skies will allow for temperatures to fall near freezing overnight.

We will begin Sunday under mostly sunny skies before clouds begin to increase throughout the afternoon ahead of the front. A cold front will pass through Sunday night into Monday, bringing the chance for wet weather, and dropping our temperatures. Most of the wet weather for our area will be in the form of snow.

Expect 1-2″ inches of snowfall for Veteran’s Day. The highest accumulations will stay north of I-74. Grassy areas and elevated surfaces will hold higher accumulations.

Once the snowfall ends Arctic air will take over. Temperatures will fall into the 20s mid-week with overnight temperatures falling into the low teens. Bundle up!

Tonight: Mostly clear and cold. Lows near freezing.

Tomorrow: Mostly sunny with increasing clouds. Highs in the upper 40s.

Veteran’s Day: Snow likely. Highs near freezing.

Heaven Richey

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