Wet start for Tuesday as warming trend gets set to arrive later this week

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(Dec. 9, 2014) - The clouds are back, along with a light wintry mix of fog, drizzle and flurries this morning.  Temperatures remain just above freezing, as roads remain wet and NOT icy!  Expect passing flurries through the day with no accumulations, while temperatures struggle to warm in the upper 30s.  Here is your planner:

You can put away the umbrella today, but be sure to bundle up due to the breezy, colder winds of the northwest!  Drier air begins to build in tomorrow with some limited sunshine.

Warming trend still on track for the weekend with sunshine and drier air...temperatures will move 10 to 15 degrees above average!

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