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Sunday, 1/17
Upper-level disturbance rotates across Midwest bringing a period of snow. Clouds again dominate the day. Slightly colder. Temps at sunrise in the 25-30 degree range. Light snow or snow showers likely, mainly from mid-morning into early evening. Accumulations of an inch, to locally 2 inches possible. Daytime temps peak near freezing. Not as brisk. NW-W winds 10-20 mph. Mostly cloudy, modestly colder overnight.

Monday, 1/18
Morning clouds give way to partial sunshine. Seasonable temps with highs at, or just below freezing. Clouds thicken at night leading to a chance of light snow or flurries late. Winds W 10-15 mph.

Tuesday, 1/19
Clouds and a few flurries linger into mid-morning, then clearing as high pressure approaches. Colder. Temps slowly climb to near 30 degrees. NW winds 15-20 mph diminish late. Clear, colder at night.

Wednesday, 1/20
Sunshine dominates much of the day before mid-high clouds begin to increase. Windy and not as chilly. SW winds 20-30 mph help temps rise to the low-mid 30s. Fair, mild for the season overnight.

Thursday, 1/21
Windy and mild under partly, to mostly sunny skies. Afternoon temps peak in the mid-upper 30s. SW-W winds 20-30 mph. Variably cloudy and trending colder overnight. Chance of flurries.

Friday, 1/22
Blustery and modestly colder. Periods of cloudiness bring a chance of flurries. Temps struggle to reach highs in the upper 20s. Clearing, colder at night. Lows dip to the teens. NW winds 20-25 mph.

Saturday, 1/23
High pressure dominates the day bringing partly, to mostly sunny skies and diminishing NW winds. Continued cold with highs in the upper 20s. Clouds thicken at night, not as cold.

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