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Cold nights ahead, chance of snow this week

Cool and sunny Wednesday, and chilly again Wednesday night. A clipper system will bring a blast of cold air Thursday night into Friday and that could be a few snow flurries. Snow is not expected to be significant but with lows in the 20s Friday morning, flakes off the lake are possible. The pattern remains cold through the weekend, a chance of snow changing to all rain Sunday.

Tonight: Partly to mostly clear, low 30. 

Lake effect flurries are possible Thursday night

Wednesday: Sunny, highs of 46.

Thursday: Partly cloudy, chance of mix/snow late, high 42.

Friday: Morning flurries, highs in the mid-30s.

Early snowfall estimates are minimal, little if any accumulation.

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