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Dangerously low temperatures hit the region

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Dangerously Cold Temperatures!

Friday: Another frigid cold day. Temperatures will "warm" up to about 10 degrees. If we stay below double digits during the day it will be the first time since 2010. 10°

Tonight: Dangerously cold overnight lows dropping into the sub-zero territory. -4

Satellite & Radar:  Arctic air is sweeping into the Inland Northwest. Bringing frigid temperatures over the next several days. Warmer and more active weather is expected by Sunday with slight chances of snow.

7 Day Forecast:  COLD AS ICE!!! Single digits daytime highs and overnight lows below zero are possible Friday and Saturday. We slowly warm up into next week with chances for snow starting early next week. The most significant snowfall is expected sometime Monday into Tuesday. More to come as we get closer to the event!

~Leslie

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