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First Alert Forecast: Chilly and light snow showers Saturday afternoon

Saturday will start off dry and mostly cloudy, but a band of light snow will roll in during the afternoon.

TOLEDO, Ohio — Saturday will start off dry and mostly cloudy, but a band of light snow will roll in during the afternoon. Snow showers are most likely from 2 to 8 p.m. 

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A light dusting is possible on grassy surfaces, but measurable accumulation is unlikely. Temperatures will remain above freezing, and road temperatures will be even warmer. 

A few snow showers will linger on Sunday, which will feel chilly with highs in the upper-30s.

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The work week will start off chilly with another storm system. Rain and snow showers will roll in Monday afternoon, transitioning to a quick burst of wet snow in the evening. Snow showers will wrap up by midnight early Tuesday morning. Once again, a light dusting is possible, but travel impacts are not expected.

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The rest of the week will bring a milder setting. Temperatures will rise to the low-40s on Tuesday as partly sunny skies return. Highs will remain in the 40s Wednesday and warm up closer to 50° by Thursday! Overall, the week will feature more clouds than sun, but dry weather will prevail until the weekend at least. 

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THE RIVALRY GAME

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Snow showers are looking more likely for the big game tomorrow. A dusting to an inch is possible by the 4th quarter up in Ann Arbor.

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The question is, how will this winter season measure up!

The First Alert Weather Team has been researching months of data. Let's dive into what may shape the winter season ahead with First Alert Chief Meteorologist Chris Vickers.

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