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Another breezy day
A weak cold front passes through the region today and the breeze increases on the backside of it as high pressure moves in. Gusts in the 20-30 mph range are likely for most areas. The mountain valleys may see gusts reach 35-40 with the downslope. With the breeze, knock off 5-10 degrees off the temperature for the wind chill. Any clouds clear out Tuesday night, and temperatures plummet. There could be enough of a breeze to send wind chill values below zero in the north country, single digits, and teens above elsewhere. It may be a good idea to throw another log or two into the stove before bed.
After a chilly start on Wednesday, temperatures rebound with similar high temperatures. It is likely to feel warmer with less wind expected. Clouds appear likely to increase over southwestern areas as warm air moves in aloft ahead of the next system for Thursday.
Wintry mix and rain on the way
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