A Powerful Cold Front Will Blast Through Tuesday

 A strong cold front will move through the region. Temperatures will turn sharply colder behind the front, and strong northwest winds will gust over 35 mph at times. In addition, dangerous wind chills will develop throughout the region. Winds will slowly subside Tuesday night, with frigid temperatures expected.

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A strong cold front will move through the region late tonight into Tuesday morning. Temperatures will turn sharply colder behind the front, and strong northwest winds will gust over 35 mph at times. Areas that receive snow near the International border will also have blowing and drifting snow, with visibilities reduced significantly in open areas late tonight into Tuesday morning. In addition, dangerous wind chills will develop throughout the region by Tuesday night. Winds will slowly subside Tuesday night, and a frigid morning is expected on Wednesday.



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