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Issued: 10 AM Wednesday

Snow has exited the area, however it may not seem like it as blowing snow remains a hazard. Strong northwestern winds have not only caused the snow to drift over roadways, but it helping to keep us cold despite some sunshine. This breeze is tapping into some very cold air. Temperatures have dropped a few degrees since the morning hours, currently hanging in the mid to upper teens coming into the afternoon. With mostly clear skies tonight, temperatures will be allowed to cool into the single digits. This will make for a very chilly start to Thursday, but temps are expected to warm back up above freezing. 40s return to the area by Friday with another windy and cold day in store for Saturday.