Arctic air’s grip remains tight with more snow chances coming

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(Nov. 14, 2014) - It is the coldest morning this fall and the coldest since March 26, as temperatures dropped into the teens this morning!  Wind chills are pretty rough too, with a "feels like" outside in the single digits.  Heavy frost on the windshields to start but plenty of sunshine around at times for today.

Expect a sunny, frigid start on Saturday before clouds increase from the west.  Light snow chances remain for late Saturday night and through early Sunday morning.   Not much snow is expected with totals, for most, ranging between a dusting to one inch.  More snow chances (light accumulations) return Monday into Tuesday with another arctic push of air arriving.  Seriously, what happened to autumn ?!

 

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