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Winter Sunset Frozen Lake

Today: Variable clouds and seasonal.

High: 31 Wind: West 5-15

Tonight: Mostly cloudy with a few flurries possible in the far north.

Low: 23 Wind: West 10-15

Wednesday: Partly or mostly cloudy and breezy with a slight chance of snow showers in the far north.

High: 32 Wind: NW 10-20

Decent Winter weather will continue for the next few days. Snow and arctic cold will not return until next week.

A couple of weak low pressure system traveling through southern Canada will continue to bring a few clouds at times from today through Thursday. These weather system are close enough to bring a few flurries or light snow showers to far northern areas (mainly north of highway 70) tonight and tomorrow. The system passing to our north on Thursday could even bring a small accumulation to northern areas and maybe a dusting of snow as far south as highway 64.

As far as temperatures go, the next couple of days will be close to normal. High temps should reach the low 30s from today through Thursday. Winds will be out of the west today at 5 to 15 mph and it will be a little breezy tomorrow with northwest winds of 10 to 20 mph.

A cold front moving in from the north Thursday night will cause the temperatures to drop on Friday. We will see more sun developing but high temps will only reach the low to mid 20s. You will need a heavier coat on Friday.

The weekend is looking a little milder as the winds turn to the south. Under partly cloudy skies, the mercury should reach the low to mid 30s on Saturday and the mid to upper 30s on Sunday. On Sunday there will also be a small chance of light rain or snow showers.

The big change in the forecast will come early next week. A stronger push of arctic air and low pressure system will combine to produce a chance of snow on Monday with some accumulation possible, then much colder weather will develop. Low temps might go below zero by the middle of next week.

Have a very nice Tuesday! Meteorologist Justin Loew, 4:30 a.m. 3-December-2019

Justin Loew

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