KX Storm Team Wednesday Evening Forecast

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A warm front is arriving from the west tonight, bringing increased chances for snow, with light accumulations possible. Temperatures will gradually warm through the night as southerly winds have developed. Even still, temperatures will be quite cold and a Wind Chill Advisory and Warning have been issued for the central and eastern portions of our viewing area respectively. Temperatures will continue to warm tomorrow as we see a pattern shift, with the warmest day by Friday. Snow chances will increase this weekend as a storm system strengthens to our southwest. Significant accumulations are possible beginning Sunday night, although confidence in locations is very low. We look likely to return to a very cold pattern through much of next week. -Meteorologist Dave Holder

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