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Evening Forecast, Saturday January 25, 2014

A band of heavy snow will move through this evening, followed by another round of cold air.
Updated: Saturday evening, January 25th
Reported by: Meteorologist Steve Newton

A band of heavy snow will push through this evening, and strong winds behind the front will bring arctic air and sub-zero wind chills for early Sunday. A few snow showers and flurries will linger during the overnight hours with low temperatures in the low to mid single digits. A wind chill advisory will be in effect from 11 p.m. until 10 a.m. Sunday for Elk, Cameron, Clearfield, Cambria, Somerset, Northern Clinton, and Northern Centre Counties. Jefferson and Indiana Counties have their advisory expiring at 11 a.m. Sunday. All counties under the advisory could see wind chills as low as -20°. There will be a mix of clouds and sunshine to start Sunday, but another round of snow showers and flurries will arrive for the afternoon and evening with temperatures climbing into the mid 20s by the end of Sunday. The warming trend will peak early Monday as a front moves through, bringing more snow showers and the next round of arctic air. Tuesday and Wednesday will have high temperatures in the single digits for many locations, with sub-zero temperatures during the overnight hours. Heading toward next weekend some warmer air looks to make its return, with temperatures possibly getting above freezing by the end of the week.
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