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Lingering snow and slick conditions

A slow drooping cold front after a couple inches of snow overnight makes for a slick morning. Winds are still riding the front and gusting 20mph blowing snow and moving drifts. Temps are at 32 to start the day highs in the mid 30's.

Cloudy and dreary and some scattered showers still around into the day and overnight from the southern border and into the eastern hills overnight. Cloudy with occasional breaks in clouds for the coming few days and 30's during the day, 20's at night, and then brighter by Thursday afternoon and Friday. That will open up our area for colder air and lows dropping to the single digits for lows Friday night. However, highs will be in the 40's and a bright dry weekend is here. More shower chances next week early.

Jeff Roper, First Alert Weather

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