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TRURO: Bitter cold then white gold… for the skiers
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A sprawling Prairie High continues to pump unseasonably cold air down across the region. The persistent northwest wind is responsible for dangerously cold wind chill that will range from -15 to -28! Meanwhile, a developing snowmaker is starting to track up the Ohio Valley. By Thursday morning, light snow will start to fall on the north side of the sinking system. Snowfall totals should be a little higher over western regions: 5-10 cm, with 5 cm or less in the east. We can expect a quiet start to the final weekend of the month but things will change from west to east Sunday afternoon. A developing snowmaker could bring us 10 cm of new snow with a rain-snow mix in the southwest on Monday. Stay tuned.