Evening Forecast Monday, December 16th, 2013

A couple of periods of snow are still coming our way, but a warm up is on the horizon.
Updated: Monday Evening, December 16th, 2013
Reported by: Chief Meteorologist Joe Murgo

We had a little break between systems today with clouds breaking for some sunshine. Despite some peeks of sunshine it was a chilly day with temperatures holding mainly in the 20s. A quick moving disturbance will bring a period of snow later tonight. While it won't last long, the snow will come down heavy enough to bring an inch or two to most of the valley locations with 2-4" in the higher terrain. Because of this, the National Weather Service has issued a winter weather advisory for most of the area into Tuesday morning. The snow will taper off and end early Tuesday then we'll have clouds and some sunshine for most of the day before another disturbance brings a period of snow later Tuesday into Tuesday night. There could even be  a bit of wintry mix with some ice in some area near the Maryland border. Behind that second disturbance there will be some leftover flurries, perhaps snow showers Wednesday. It will still be cold Wednesday with highs in the 20s despite clouds breaking later in the day. The chill will not last this time around as a major warm up will set in by the weekend. Thursday will not be as cold with a mix of clouds and sunshine with highs near 40. Friday will be breezy and milder with highs in the middle 40s despite the chance for showers. Saturday and Sunday will also be breezy and mild with periods of rain along with highs in the upper 40s, perhaps even in the 50s. Colder air will make a return just in time for Christmas.
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