Evening Forecast Friday, November 8th, 2013

After a blustery day today, things will improve a little for the weekend.
Updated: Friday Evening, November 8th, 2013
Reported by: Chief Meteorologist Joe Murgo

Chilly air pressed into the region today with a good deal of clouds along with scattered flurries and snow showers. There will still be some flurries scattered about this evening; otherwise, tonight will be partly cloudy and cold with lows in the middle to upper 20s. As an area of high pressure slides to our south Saturday, it will be breezy with a mix of clouds and sunshine. It won't be quite as cold with the mercury slipping into the 50s in many spots, but it will still feel cool with a bit of a breeze. Another cold front will pass through the area on Sunday but will have very limited moisture. This will leave us with a mix of clouds and sunshine Sunday with just a passing shower in a few locations. Behind that front, Monday will only be slightly cooler with sunshine giving way to some clouds. These clouds will be associated with a cold front that will bring rain showers then snow showers Monday night into Tuesday morning. The coldest air of the season so far will build in behind this front. As temperatures fall, the rain and snow showers that have been melting on the roads may freeze to cause icy spots Tuesday morning. This is something that we will have to watch. Temperatures Tuesday will probably not rise higher than the 30s with snow showers. There can be some leftover snow showers or flurries Tuesday night into Wednesday but a bubble of high pressure will start to build over the region and start to give us some sunshine Wednesday. This high pressure system should keep unsettled weather to our south and east later Wednesday into Thursday and then usher in milder air for the next weekend.
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