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Colder temperatures to return in second half of January

The region can expect the return of colder temperatures, along with small shots of snow as the area heads into the second half of January.

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The region can expect the return of colder temperatures, along with small shots of snow, as the area heads into the second half of January. Meteorologist Jesse Ritka gives this week's agriweather forecast on AgweekTV .

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