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Delays and Cold Start Weekend Leading to Arctic Invasion
Many area schools are closed or on delays and temperatures Friday will top out at about 20 degrees, meaning some snowy areas could remain hazardous.
Saturday and Sunday bring warm ups into the 40s, but arctic air will dominate the the coming work week with highs in the teens and below zero lows.
Check accuweather.com or weather.com for specific data.