Morning Weather: February 5, 2014

Published 02/05 2014 07:20AM

Updated 02/05 2014 08:17AM

Snow continues diminishing today with low additions of an inch or less early today.  Though drier conditions set up by the afternoon, snow blowing/drifting will be concerns for the area as northerly winds pick up to around 20 mph at times.  Tonight is dry and quiet but bitterly cold as lows near 0º and wind chill values fall below zero.  Tomorrow will remain frigid with highs in the single digits and sub-zero wind chills through much of the day even with some sunshine returning.  Tomorrow night is the coldest night in the extended with sub-zero temperatures returning.  The weekend will see a slight rebound but remains unseasonably cold in the 20s.  Snow still looks likely for Saturday but this system will be quick moving and less intense, so any snowfall amounts will be minor for the weekend.  Be safe traveling and stay warm, folks!

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