WPAFB Monday Weather: Cold weather, possible snow flurries to start the week

A Wright-Patterson Air Force Base employee is scheduled to be sentenced in January 2018 for stealing and selling night vision goggles on eBay.
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A Wright-Patterson Air Force Base employee is scheduled to be sentenced in January 2018 for stealing and selling night vision goggles on eBay.

WRIGHT PATTERSON AIR FORCE BASE—Cold weather returns as we start the new week with clouds lingering, according to Storm Center 7 Chief Meteorologist Eric Elwell.

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A few snow showers will be possible through the day as temperatures struggle to climb into the upper 30s. Snow showers will linger into the night with a coating possible on grassy areas late tonight. Temperatures will fall to near 30 degrees by morning.

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After a few flurries early Tuesday, clouds will slowly begin to break late in the day. Temperatures will rebound a bit into the middle to upper 40s by afternoon. Warmer weather is expected midweek, although there will be the chance for rain showers in the area by afternoon.

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