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Weather with Don Thompson

Good Tuesday morning. We are starting the morning warm but that will not last long. A strong cold front will move thru today. We will see it start off as rain. Cold air will be pushing in behind the front so we could see some snow flakes before it ends later this afternoon. Temperatures will fall down into the lower to mid 30's by late this afternoon and continnue to fall tonight under mostly clear skies to the upper teens. With that in mind some patchy black ice is possibly so please be careful while driving tonight into tomorrow morning. Tomorrow will be the coldest so far this fall. Highs tomorrow will struggle to get above the freezing mark of 32 We will wee some gusty winds taking down the wind chills to around 10 degrees. Tomorrow night we will see clear skies and lows in the upper teens. This blast of cold air will retreat and we will warm up to the 40's at the end of the week. A weak cold front movs thru late Friday thus the front end of the weekend is cold with highs around 40. We will be watching a low pressure center off the Mid Atlantic for the end of the weekend into early next week. At this point it is too early to make a call on it but know we will be watching it for you. Have a safe day out there today and I will be back later with your cold forecast
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