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The weekend was cold and a little snowy. We picked up a little dusting to an inch in parts of my local area. Now we'll start to melt some snow away into the new week.

Temperatures will be warming up as a ridge builds into the area ahead of the storm coming into the region on Wednesday.

Typically ahead of strong storms there will be a surge of warmth. This week will be no different. Monday will be the beginning:

And it gets even warmer on Tuesday:

Temperatures will rise early in the day on Wednesday and start to drop as that storm moves in:

Then, of course, attention turns to the storm for the middle of the week. This is the latest overview from the National Weather Service:

Here's the latest placement Wednesday evening on the Euro:

And a bit further with the GFS:

There will be a wintry mix, ice, snow, and rain with this storm. The latest trends have trended south due to a weaker storm. There's still time for this to change depending on how the energy comes together, or phases.

We'll have to continue to watch the latest trends, but a good chunk of the Midwest will be dealing with some messy travel Wednesday into Thursday.



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