Evening Forecast Monday, November 18th, 2013

The winds were still quite gusty today and will bring some chilly air by tomorrow.
Updated: Monday Evening, November 18th, 2013
Reported by: Chief Meteorologist Joe Murgo

Today was a windy day behind a cold front but it was a dry day with some sunshine. The cold air is a bit displaced behind the front, and the mercury still reached into the 50s during the day today. As colder air pushes into the region tonight, we'll have a gusty wind with a return of some clouds. There will also be scattered flurries, with a ground whitening snow shower in places, many north of I-80 and through the Laurel Highlands. Low tonight will range from the 20s in the higher elevations to near 30 in the valley locations. Tuesday will be brisk and cold. The day will start off with patches of clouds and scattered flurries but as an area of high pressure settles over the region, sunshine will start to win out during the afternoon. Temperatures will struggle to reach to near 40 in many locations. Tuesday night will be chilly with lows from the teens to the lower to middle 20s. We'll still have more sunshine than clouds on Wednesday with highs near or just above 40s. Clouds will start to filter back into the region on Thursday. The next front will bring some showers on Friday and then some steadier rain along with wind Friday night into Saturday. The coldest air of the season will then press in for the second half of the weekend.

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