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Friday February 7

Sunrise 7:53 am. Mostly cloudy the first half of the day with partial sunshine in the afternoon. Temperatures well below average, as we struggle to hit our average daily low temperature of 21. High 17. Winds northwest 8-15 mph. Sunset 6:05 pm. Overnight our temperatures will drop with partly cloudy skies and light winds. Low 6. Winds north 5-10 mph.

Thursday February 6

Sunrise 7:54 am. Mostly cloudy and cold. We won't add much to our snow totals today, but it will be on the chilly side. We are going to keep this weather for several days if not a week, so we might as well get use to it. High 22. Winds northwest 10-20 mph. Sunset 6:04 pm. Temperatures will drop after dark with the minimal cloud cover. Low 10. Winds northwest 7-13 mph.

Wednesday February 5

Sunrise 7:56 am. Snow continuing in the morning with 1-3 inches additional accumulation before coming to an end by early afternoon. High 26. Winds northwest 10-20 mph. Sunset 6:03 pm. Overnight mostly cloudy, windy and colder with scattered lake-effect snow showers. Low 14. Winds northwest 15-25 mph.

Tuesday February 4

Sunrise 7:57 am. A quiet and cold morning with calm winds and sunshine. Our temperatures will rise several degrees and the clouds will thicken in the afternoon. High 23. Winds east 7-13 mph. Sunset 6:01 pm. Snow overnight with an inch or two of accumulation. Low 14. Winds southeast 8-15 mph.

Monday February 3

Sunrise 7:58 am. Mostly sunny and seasonably cool. Today will be almost pleasant with the sunshine and light winds. High 22. Winds southwest 5-10 mph. Sunset 6:00 pm. Overnight, the clear skies and light winds will drop our temperatures down in the single digits. Low 6. Winds calm.

Sunday Super Ground Hog Day

Sunrise 7:59 am. Partly sunny and cooler, but not too wintry as our goundhog comes out to see his shadow. High 25. Winds northwest 10-20 mph. Sunset 5:59 pm. Overnight it will be partly cloudy and cold. Low 13. Winds northwest 7-13 mph.

Saturday February 1

Sunrise 8:00 am. Increasing clouds in the morning as an area of moisture slides towards us from the southwest. Snow will begin in the afternoon and continue until the early evening. Snowfall totals will run 4-8 inches with areas to the south of town getting more. High 29. Winds east 10-20 mph. Sunset 5:58 pm. Snow ending overnight and becoming partly cloudy. Low 14. Winds northeast 10-20 mph.

Friday January 31

Sunrise 8:01 am. It will start out partly sunny and not as cold, for our last day of a wintry month. High 26. Winds southeast 8-15 mph. Sunset 5:57 pm. Overnight snow developing with some accumulations. Low 23. Winds southeast 10-20 mph.

Thursday January 30

Sunrise 8:02 am. Another cold front will come our way during the day. A band of snow will arrive near the end of the work day. High 27. Winds southwest 15-25 mph. Sunset 5:55 pm. The snow will come to an end before midnight after depositing 2-3 inches of new snow. Low 17. Winds west 12-22 mph.

Wednesday January 29

Sunrise 8:03 am. Partly sunny and windy. Even though our temperatures will rise several degrees to the upper twenties, the brisk wind will keep a chill in the air. High 23. Winds southwest 20-30 mph. Sunset 5:54 pm. Overnight it will be windy and temperatures not dropping much. Low 17. Winds southwest 15-25 mph.
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