Flurries will taper off overnight but clouds linger, Storm Center 7 Chief Meteorologist Eric Elwell said. Some slick spots are possible as temperatures fall into the middle 20s.
- Flurries, lower temperatures tonight
- Snow squalls could impede visibility during morning commute
- Some dry time to end workweek
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Tuesday: Scattered snow showers will be around along with snow squalls. A snow squall is a short-duration of heavy snow that may bring near white-out conditions. However, overall snow accumulation will be very light. Snow squalls can create dangerous travel conditions due to rapidly changing visibility. The snow squalls are expected during or shortly after the morning commute and likely may linger and even increase for the evening commute. Temperatures will hold in the middle to upper 30s.
Wednesday: A chance for a few morning flurries then clouds will break. Highs will hold in the upper 30s.
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Thursday: Expect mostly sunny skies and temperatures a bit milder. Highs will rebound into the middle to upper 40s.
Friday: Partly sunny skies are expected with breezy, cooler conditions. Highs will drop back into the lower 40s.
Saturday: Partly cloudy skies will start the weekend with seasonable temperatures reaching to near 50 degrees.
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