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Morning Weather 2/26/14

Arctic air settles in for the middle of the week.
A WIND CHILL ADVISORY is in effect until 10 am this morning. Breezy winds will drop feels like temperatures into the negative teens. Despite plenty of sunshine, highs today will only reach the mid teens. A cold front overnight will bring a few clouds back to the area, but lows will still drop back to zero. Wind chill values will once again be well below zero. We'll clear out for Thursday, but behind the front, even chillier arctic air will limit highs to the single digits. Overnight Thursday will once again drop lows below zero. Friday will finally warm highs back into the low 20s, but increasing cloud cover will lead to a chance of late snow. Snow will continue into early Saturday before drying out. Another, more organized low pressure system moves in by Saturday night. We'll see a better chance of accumulating snow with this round, lasting us into Sunday and Monday. Temperatures will likely hover in the teens and 20s through this event. We'll dry things out into the middle of next week, but we're looking cooler in the teens for highs.
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