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Workweek Outlook: Turning colder after Valentine's Day

The cold will likely hang on into this coming weekend
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The warmer-than-normal weather will continue with a few nuisance flurries for the first part of this coming work week.  Once Valentine's Day is over, we will see cold, gusty northwest winds that will plummet temperatures to below-normal values for mid-February. The cold will likely hang on into this coming weekend.

We will see some sunshine Monday morning, but clouds and snow will move in during the afternoon. 2-4cm of snow of accumulation is likely as temperatures climb to +1°C.

Tuesday will be partly cloudy with daytime highs of -3°C. Gusty north winds will make it feel more like -10. Wednesday brings a mix of sun and cloud, with temperatures climbing to -1°C. A chance of flurries arrives in the evening.

A few flurries will likely continue into Thursday, with daytime highs near the freezing mark. However, gusty northwest winds will make it feel much cooler and usher in much colder weather for Friday and the start of this coming weekend.

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