Windy end to January, as temperatures tumble in the days ahead

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A "milder" start to our last day of January, as southwest winds remain steady and mostly cloudy skies remain dry! A rapidly moving low over the Great Lakes will continue to skirt east, just missing our area and keeping our temperatures up and a large chunk of the state dry! Here is your breakdown today:

There will be a gradual pullback in our temperatures in the days ahead, as we slip back below afternoon averages to begin a new month. Moisture continues to lack, so no big snow storms on the horizon, even under the colder air.

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