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Clear and cold Thursday night

We'll have light breezes for our Thursday night, with mostly clear skies. Frost will develop, as lows dip to the mid-teens to mid 20s.

Clouds will thicken Friday with highs "warming" to the mid 50s to low 60s. The thicker clouds will deliver a 40% chance for rain, and maybe even some snow, Friday night. We will see lows down to freezing and below, along with very gusty northwest winds, up to 25 mph. Snow showers could possibly take us through Saturday morning.

Clearing skies will be accompanied by some very cold temperatures. It will be a struggle just to hit 40 degrees Saturday, with lows in the teens. Sunday will be the coldest day, with highs in the mid 30s under mostly sunny skies. Sunday night's lows will range from single digits to the mid-teens.

Skies will be sunny to mostly sunny into next week. Expect a warming trend to have our highs back into the mid 60s by Wednesday.

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