Tracking rain as colder air returns

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(Dec. 8, 2014) - Watch for clouds on the move with showers out west this morning.  Rain chances will begin to creep up this afternoon for us as the cold front approaches into the evening.  Southwest winds out ahead of the front should help to "warm" us up into the lower 40s by late afternoon. Here is your day planner:

Rainfall amounts will be fairly light and roads will be wet for the evening rush...not icy!  Expect a changeover to flurries and pockets of sleet later tonight and into tomorrow (Tuesday) with little to no accumulation.

Colder through midweek, then temperatures begin to moderate for the upcoming weekend!  Overall, it looks like a fairly quiet week of weather with little to no surprises.

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