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Morning Weather: December 10, 2013

Snow Moves Out, Sunshine Moves In
Light snow showers moved through southern portions of the Valley overnight but have quickly exited the area this morning.  Accumulations are low with this quick snow event; higher amounts over 2.00" were measured around Daviess and Knox counties.  Farther north closer to Vigo county, lower amounts can be found less than an inch.  A clearing trend is ahead today as some high pressure moves in and more sunshine returns.  Even with an increase in sunny sky, temperatures will remain very cold with highs only in the upper 20s and wind chills in the teens.  Tonight is colder with lows in the mid teens under mostly clear sky.  Tomorrow another weather disturbance passes close by but this time it's to our north; snowfall produced from this will impact northern Illinois/Indiana but should dodge the Valley.  Temperatures will once again struggle to reach the upper 20s with our coldest night yet ahead as lows tomorrow night drop into the low single digits with sub-zero wind chills.  Thursday is our coldest day in the extended period with low 20s ahead.  Though we gain a slight bump up of low-mid 30s this weekend, snowfall also returns by Friday night.  Snow showers with accumulating snow appear likely at this time. 
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