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Overnight Forecast Tuesday, January 28th, 2014

The arctic air mass will slowly depart over the next couple of days.
Updated: Tuesday Night, January 28th, 2014
Reported by: Chief Meteorologist Joe Murgo

It will still be bitter into Wednesday, and while there will not be a lot of wind, it will be enough to keep wind chills below zero. Because of that most of the region is once again under a wind chill advisory through the midday Wednesday. It will be cold again Wednesday despite some sunshine with highs only in the teens. The rebound will continue on Thursday with a mix of clouds and sunshine and highs in the 20s. Temperatures may even rise a little more Thursday night and then will rise to near 30 on Friday. There can be a couple of flurries or snow showers Friday but there will be a better chance for some snow, ice and/or rain Saturday. The ratio and type of precipitation will be dependent on the exact track of the storm and we'll have a better feel later this week. There still can be some clouds and flurries Sunday morning as Punxsutawney Phil comes out of his stump then clouds will break for some sunshine during the afternoon. An area of high pressure will bring some sunshine on Monday with highs pretty close to 30. Another wintry mix is possible later Tuesday and Tuesday night. 
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