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Colder Periods Ahead, Active Storm Track

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There will be a lot of cold air around the southeast for the next few weeks, but right now the snow chance remains low.

Right before each cold front blast through the area, we will see a moderate warm up to above average temperatures before being pushed down to below average temperatures.

In matter of fact, the coldest air of the season may build into the area after January 5 and 6. Models are showing a major arctic outbreak in the central and eastern United States. Temperatures would be 10-20 degrees below average here in the southeast if it was to verify.

With all the cold air you think there would be a chance of snow; however, the chance of snow will be marginal due to the incredible dry air building in from Canada.

So, cold air around with occasional warm-ups for the extended period with relatively dry conditions for the next ten days.

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