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A cold front will continue to move southeast across the region tonight, marking the arrival of much colder air. Light rain will also be possible during this time, possibly ending as brief light snow or freezing rain. But given limited coverage and duration, significant impacts are not expected. Mostly cloudy on Sunday with early morning highs ranging from the low 20s far north to the low 40s far southeast, with temperatures falling throughout the day.
Freezing drizzle could develop Sunday night and may lead to slick spots on roadways Sunday night into Monday morning. Monitor the latest forecast if you plan to commute or travel during that time.
We've got a cold week coming up. It'll be coldest to start the week, with temperatures gradually inching back up closer to normal by the end of the week. Most areas will stay below freezing until Wednesday. At the moment, wintry precipitation is expected to stay largely to the south.