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Gusty Northwesterly Winds Will Usher in a Cold Spell on Thursday

The Chill Will Linger into Early Next Week
Published: Oct. 14, 2020 at 6:49 PM EDT
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Thursday: Blustery and cold with showers diminishing from west to east, partly cloudy skies developing

Highs: near 40 into the mid to upper 40s, warmest east and south

Friday:  Chance of some snow showers in the morning, mainly over the west-wind snow belts of the western U.P.

Highs: 40s

Saturday: Clouding up with a good chance of some rain and snow developing western sections mid-day into the afternoon; the precipitation will change to all rain as it spreads eastward

Highs: 40s

Sunday: Blustery and cold, with snow showers during the morning in the northwest-wind snow belts

Highs: near 40 into the 40s

The cold temperatures will slowly moderate during next week with a chance of rain at times.

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