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Parade Of Clipper Snow Systems To Continue

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There were a couple of clipper snowstorms over the weekend. No big deal. It made it very pretty outside.

FOX 29's Sue Serio is tracking what is in store for our weather this week.

We're not seeing any more precipitation Monday morning. We did have enough snow showers to put down a fresh coating and make it slick on the roadways this morning.

Before sunrise it was 25 degrees outside with winds out of the west near 15 mph, making it feel like the teens outside. So, make sure you keep that in mind while dressing yourself and your kids today.

We will have some clouds around but generally increasing sunshine throughout the morning. Breezes are going to remain gusty throughout the day.

Temperatures will probably stay in the 20s at least through lunchtime. We will get up to the freezing mark with some snow showers or flurries by 5 p.m., and we may see more than that later on. Another clipper system could bring another coating for Tuesday morning.

There's another chance of a light accumulation Tuesday night into Wednesday morning, and there will be a weak system that could start with rain and then bring a mix overnight Thursday into Friday.

Next weekend is looking pretty good, though, with sunny and nice conditions and highs in the mid- to upper-40s.

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