Slippery & Cold Driving The Rest of the Week

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Plan on the snow to be all wrapped up early this morning as temperatures plummet. While it wasn't much snow during the night (less than a half inch for most), the powdery nature of it combined with the gusty northwest wind may create areas of blowing snow. Use caution on the morning commute.

Temperatures will fall to the single digits above zero today, and the single digits to teens below zero tonight. A Wind Chill Advisory goes back into effect tonight for wind chills of -20 or colder.

We've got more cold weather on the way for Thursday and Friday. Friday night should be the coldest of these nights ahead, with lows well down to the minus teens.