Evening Forecast Monday, November 11th, 2013

A sharp change to colder air is coming our way.
Updated: Monday Evening, November 11th, 2013
Reported by: Chief Meteorologist Joe Murgo

Today was not that bad of a November day with temperatures approaching 50° despite an increase in cloudiness. These clouds are from a cold front which will bring a sharp snap to colder weather. This front will sink a band of rain then snow through the region tonight. Most of the accumulations will be light with a coating to an inch in many valley spots and 1-3" on the ridges through the day on Tuesday. The problem is that the cold will arrive fast and wet roads could freeze up first thing in the morning on Tuesday and that can lead to some morning commute problems. Do plan on taking extra time first thing in the morning. Tuesday will be windy and much colder with temperatures holding in the 20s across the higher terrain and the lower to middle 30s in the valley locations. Numerous snow showers will taper to scattered flurries and snow showers for the afternoon. There will just be scattered flurries Tuesday night into Wednesday. Otherwise Wednesday will feature clouds and some sunshine. Temperatures will not rise higher than the 30s on Wednesday. The high pressure system that is bringing the cold air will slide to our south later this week, and will then help to usher in milder air. Temperatures will rebound into the middle to upper 40s on Thursday and then into the 50s on Friday,. Saturday will also be fairly mild with highs in the lower to middle 50s. The chance for showers starts to return on Saturday and then showers seem likely Sunday into Monday as the next slow moving front approaches the region.
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