While Wednesday's weather is expected to be fairly quiet, Thursday will be incredibly windy once again.
A strong cold front is expected to move through the area around noon Thursday. Behind it, strong northwest winds gusting up to 60 mph will overspread the area Thursday afternoon.
That front will also try to produce flurries and light snow of less than a half-inch of accumulation. Even though the snow will be light, wind driven light snow will reduce visibilities at times Thursday afternoon. Keep that in mind for any travel plans.
Stay tuned to WOWT 6 News for the latest details.
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