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Active pattern to feature more rain in coming week
Posted 9:57 PM, January 16, 2017, by
WGN Weather Team
Updated at 10:08PM, January 16, 2017
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Ice storm risk grows Tuesday night; rain to fall heavily into a sub-freezing air mass; treacherous ice accumulations threaten; cold air’s core over Montana and the Dakotas threatens active storm pattern in next week
Saturday’s sun, higher temps & reduced winds just a pause in the active pattern which dominates next 2 weeks; light snow by Sunday PM—more energetic storm systems follow early & late next week; Feb sunlight trending stronger
Clouds overspread the area, – rain late
Powerful arctic winds continue amid the first sun here in 6 days Friday; active pattern locked in next 2 weeks—succession of Pacific storms to race along south flank of expansive cold air mass introducing multiple snows here
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Turn back the clock tonight; active pattern taking shape—series of windy, rainy storms—the first Saturday night/Sun; another brings wind driven rain Monday night/possible thunder; Election Day brings 40-50 mph gusts/falling temps
Coldest morning since last February
2nd powerful storm of the week less than 24 hours away—this one wet rather than snowy; weather here deteriorates rapidly over night; high winds, drenching, possibly thundery rains and shoreline lashing waves coming; 40s due late Sat
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