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Morning Weather: January 21, 2014

Snowy, Windy, Colder
Snow has quickly come and gone as a quick moving system moved through the region late last night, dropping off low snowfall amounts (1-2" for most of the Valley).  The bigger focus has not been snow amounts but blowing snow as northerly winds have remained very gusty; sustained winds 15-25 mph are common with gusts 30-40 mph.  Low visibilities have resulted from the snow and strong wind gusts.  Winds will slowly back off later today but temperatures will continue to drop some, holding steady in the low-mid teens most of the day.  Tonight will be much colder and dry with lows near 0º and sub zero wind chills.  Tomorrow is another unseasonably cold day in the low 20s with another slight chance for isolated snow tomorrow afternoon-evening.  The midweek forecast stays frigid with temperatures 10-20 degrees below average. 
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