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Weather Outlook:

TWIN CITIES AREA JANUARY 2012

Temperatures are favored to average colder than normal. Precipitation is expected to total below normal.

Fair skies and cold temperatures are favored to open the month from Sunday to Thursday, January 1-5.

Temperatures are expected to remain on the cold side, but look for clouds and light snow or flurries from Friday to Sunday, January 6-8.

Prospects dim for any type of precipitation activity from Monday to Sunday, January 9-15. We might squeeze in some clouds and a light snow on Tuesday, January 10, but for the most part, look for sunny skies and cold temperatures.

There is a slight chance for clouds and a passing snow from Monday to Wednesday, January 16-18. Once again, for the most part I'm expecting at least two days of sun, with just a passing chance for clouds and snow.

Our best prospect for precipitation this month looks to come from Thursday to Wednesday, January 19-25. Clouds should be more noticeable with chances of snow increasing. Snowfall totals should be light to moderate. Temperatures are expected to moderate.

Sunny skies and cold temperatures are favored on Thursday and Friday, January 26-27.

A mix of sun and clouds is expected from Saturday to Tuesday, January 28-31. We might get brushed by a passing snow system resulting in light totals.




  















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