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While it won’t be as windy later as we saw on Monday it will be significantly colder. However the wind will turn to the southwest this evening and lows will be hit early before warming slowly overnight. Thus Wednesday will be much warmer again and many places will hit 60°. Another front will drop through and another chunk of cold will arrive for Thursday and Friday with highs in the 40s for most places. Upper energy will be diving through from the northwest and there appears to be a very slight chance for a few snowflakes in the air late Thursday night. A huge warm-up is coming for Saturday and then models diverge a bit on how to handle the next “storm system” for Sunday. There is a chance for a little rain but LITTLE is the emphasis. Temperatures will continue to be warmer than average through the long-range forecast.