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Kole Fehling, KDLT Meteorologist

Happy Saturday everyone! We had some cooler temperatures out there today with most of reaching highs in the upper 20s. We also have a a few light snow showers and flurries due to a weak disturbance which will continue through the overnight hours, especially for those of us to the Northeast for places like Aberdeen. Tonight will be a little chilly but near normal with lows in the mid teens for most of us. Those of us in the Southeast that have a snow pack on the ground will be a little cooler than others, especially tomorrow. Tomorrow's highs will be in the mid to upper 30s for most. Again, for anyone with snow on the ground, you will see cooler temperatures. We start our week off great with temperatures in the low 40s with southerly winds.  A weak cold front will move through the region on Tuesday and bring us a little bit of a nuisance. Light snow showers start Monday night and then transition to a mix of rain/snow/sleet on Tuesday morning. Something to keep an eye on as Tuesday morning's commute could be a little tricky. Temperatures near normal on Wednesday and to end the week before another warm up possible by the weekend. Next weekend looks great for any outdoor plans!



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