By Jeff Ray

A warm front comes up from the south and turns the wind to the southeast in the afternoon. As it stalls overhead it’ll help trigger rain chances starting Monday night that increase as we go through the day on Tuesday. A cold front comes in on Tuesday to make for an even colder day. The rain chances linger into early Wednesday morning:

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The winds will be strong out of the north starting Tuesday night (15-25 mph). By Wednesday morning we’ll have wind chills in low 20’s as the actual temperature gets to freezing. We’ll have two nights in a row at or below freezing. A brief warm-up on Friday with storms in our eastern counties. Than cooler for the weekend.

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