KX Storm Team Wednesday Evening Forecast

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High pressure will build in over the next few days, keeping the skies clear and temperatures at or slightly above average. Patchy fog is possible early tomorrow morning. A trough in the jet stream will form underneath the ridge of high pressure, increasing rain and snow chances for us this weekend. Some models have advertised accumulating snow, but chances seem slim. Behind the system, cooler air will filter in temporarily to begin next week. High temperatures will quickly rebound back to average by the middle of next week, before a possible potent system approaches from the west by the end of next week. -Meteorologist Dave Holder

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