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Evening Forecast Wednesday, January 22nd, 2014

Arctic air continues to dominate our weather.
Updated: Wednesday Evening, January 22nd, 2014
Reported by: Chief Meteorologist Joe Murgo

Today was a frigid day despite a fair amount of sunshine with highs only in the single digits to the mid-teens. The combination of an increase in cloudiness and a west-southwestery wind will keep the mercury from dropping as low tonight with temperatures holding nearly steady or even rising a little. There will be some snow showers and flurries around later tonight and Thursday bringing a covering to an inch in the valleys and two to perhaps three inches on some of the ridges. Temperatures will only rise into the teens Thursday and a stiff wind will help to make it feel colder than that. Friday will be another bitter day despite some sunshine with highs ranging from the upper single digits to the lower teens. The arctic air will try to ease a little bit on Saturday ahead of the next front that will bring some more snow showers. Temperatures Saturday will actually reach into the 20s in some spots. A second disturbance can bring a period of snow or snow showers later Sunday into Sunday night. Behind that disturbance, arctic air will strengthen its grip over the region early next week.
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