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Clouds will break for some sunshine this afternoon, allowing the pavement to dry out in southern-facing and exposed locations. Tonight will be chilly with a refreeze of melted snow; this will primarily occur on driveways and sidewalks.
A flurry or two could occur between 6-10 a.m. Thursday, but no accumulation is expected. An Arctic front will bring in breezy wind on Friday. The strongest gusts will occur between 10 a.m. and 4 p.m., with gusts hitting 25 mph. Temperatures in the 20s will feel like the teens.
A rapid warm-up will commence this weekend as the transient cold blast pushes off the coast and a southerly flow resumes.
Enjoy and stay safe!
~Meteorologist Chad Merrill