David's Evening Forecast - Blustery and cold conditions tonight

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Highs will reach the upper 40s on Monday early with temperatures crashing once again throughout the day.

An estimate of future snowfall through Friday shows the highest amounts will likely stack up west of our area.

Wind gusts could reach 30 to 40 miles per hour on the Cape and Islands and 20 to 30 mph across the rest of the state.

Expect we'll get to the mid 60s for highs under sunny skies.

The rain and snow will continue on Thursday, with only an inch or two of snow accumulation expected. Sunday is dry for the Browns game with high temperatures near 50 degrees.

The NWS is forecasting 170 potential daily record cold temperatures between Monday and Wednesday, according to a Tweet by Jonathan Erdman of the Weather Channel. Temperatures tumble through the day Tuesday.

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American GFS model projects light rain changing to light snow next Tuesday as Arctic air spills into the region. Temperatures are in the 50s this morning, but will drop to the 40s this afternoon behind the cold front. Afterwards, a very cold airmass arrives as we head into the weekend.

Once the cold front passes later Thursday, the clouds and showers exit in time for a cold Friday morning. Skies will be mostly cloudy.

The winters in Acadiana since, in spite of have some limited cold outbreaks, have all been above normal during the periods of December through February.

Wind Chills in the 20s and the coldest air so far this season... This will bring scattered snow showers to our area tomorrow afternoon and evening.

The front will advance quickly through the northern Plains and upper Midwest Sunday, into the southern Plains and Ohio Valley Monday, then through most of the East Coast and Deep South by Tuesday.

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