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A long stretch of sunny weather starts today

Finally, after a holiday weekend filled with murky, sloppy, wintry weather, we’re basking in the glory of some peaceful, bright sunshine to start the workweek. High pressure is moving through the region today, bringing this sunny, chilly weather today with some of the coldest temperatures on the map we’ve seen in almost three weeks. Look for afternoon high temperatures in the mid-20s, but with just a light west breeze so wind chill levels won’t be any worse than they have to be.

Clouds will thicken this evening as a weak storm system grazes our area to the north and south winds will kick in to help keep temperatures steady in the 20s through the night.

We’ll have a few extra clouds in the area for Tuesday, otherwise, it looks like a slightly breezier, but warmer day with temperatures reaching the lower 30s.

It looks like we’ll enjoy high temperatures in the mid-30s for Wednesday and Thursday before a cold front drops us back into the 20s for Friday. It may seem hard to believe, but each day this week will not only be dry, but fairly sunny so overall a great stretch of weather for December standards!

Clouds will slowly thicken over the weekend with high temperatures in the low and mid-30s and it looks like a weak storm system will bring a chance for some very light snow or a rain and snow mixture late Sunday.

Here is your morning weather update from Meteorologist Ted Schmidt:

Ted Schmidt

Ted Schmidt is the morning and noon meteorologist at KTTC.

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