Snow clears the way for another Arctic blast

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The Wright Word for Tuesday was SNOWY and we had up to 4 inches of snow during the day. Skies will clear and we'll some patchy freezing fog overnight. We'll have a few flurries on Wednesday before another Arctic blast moves in to make Thursday the coldest day of the season so far. A stronger system arrives Friday and will bring more snow that will chance rain Saturday and back to snow Saturday night through Sunday.

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Tuesday rated as a three on a scale of one to ten.

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Snow accumulated across the region on Tuesday.

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Low temps will fall into the teens overnight.

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Expect a slippery ride to work on Wednesday.

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The coldest air of the season will be with us Thursday.

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More snow develops on Friday.

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Snow will change to rain in the milder air on Saturday.

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Rain changes to snow in the colder air on Sunday.

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