Stay Weather Aware: Wednesday morning commute looks tricky

FOX 4 Forecast: Brrrrrr!

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The cold air has settled in and won't be leaving us anytime soon.  Teens and 20s will greet us the next several mornings with afternoon highs trying to get above freezing!  We'll have a mixture of clouds and sun today and we'll stay dry.  Over the weekend we'll be watching for a potential measurable snow event but details are still a little murky.  Watch the forecast here to find out how long we'll stay this cold and an update on the snow potential.

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7 comments

  • Fact Taco

    Eversince Fox 4 has not made comment section to their news “stories” I have felt less need to visit your site. BTW that weather lady is hot.

  • Ben

    Just wanted to take note that when white people get shot, they usually don’t rob and loot all they can. Many of the looters could care less about the shooting. They just want whatever they can steal.

  • Ben

    The hope next shooting that occurs is near my home because I need some new clothes and groceries. Everyone loots and steals after a shooting. Isn’t that what the good citizens do?

  • Ben

    I forecast that the people of Ferguson are stacking their paper after a good night of looting and fencing thire loot for drugs. Tonight should be another exciting night.

  • Ben

    Mommy and daddy said Little Mikey was surrendering when he got shot. Too bad he didn’t surrender to the store clerk and give back the stolen merchandise. He may still be alive and in school; however, I am glad taxpayers didn’t waste their money providing tuition for this overgrown oompa loompa because he wasn’t going to graduate nor be a benefit to society no way.

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