Flurries Monday morning; temperatures fall today

NOW: Flurries Monday morning; temperatures fall today

Expect to see a few snow flurries today. Once again, there are slick spots on the roads, but any new accumulations of snow should stay low.

Snow tapers off this afternoon.

It will be a little breezy today, and temperatures start to fall from the lower 20s this morning into the upper teens by evening.

Temperatures continue to drop tonight, and we're looking at a very cold period for the next few days.

Wind chills are in the single digits Tuesday morning. It should be a quiet day tomorrow with a little bit of sunshine possible, just cold.

Tuesday night into Wednesday morning, wind chills drop below zero. Wednesday stays cold, but still quiet.

We'll warm just a bit Thursday before another temperature drop Friday.

The next best chance for precipitation is likely Saturday night into Sunday morning. We could see more precipitation around Tuesday of next week.

Today: Flurries, tapering off in afternoon. Breezy. AM temps in 20s drop to teens by evening.

Tonight: Mostly cloudy and cold. Low 10.

Tuesday: Cold. Mix of sun and clouds. High 16.

Wednesday: Cold. Mix of sun and clouds. High 24.

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