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We are currently under a wind advisory [winds forecasted to be 31-39 mph or gusts ranging between 46 & 57 mph] which is posted until 9 p.m. this evening. Yesterday’s brief dose of tropical temps and light rain washed out a majority if not all of the lingering wet snow and ice on trees and power lines which should leave the potential for outages on the low side if not a non factor.

A winter storm watch [potential of accumulating snow of 6” or more in 12 hour period or 8” or more in a 24 hour period] has been posted which kicks off Sunday at 7 p.m. and runs through Tuesday at 1 a.m..

Today’s high of 24 is happening now and may drop a few degrees throughout the course of the day as wind chills range in the 2-7 degree range.