Evening Forecast Monday, November 25th, 2013

A winter storm is heading toward the region.
Updated: Monday Evening, November 25th, 2013
Reported by: Chief Meteorologist Joe Murgo

The cold weather pattern continued today despite some sunshine. Clouds started to move in this afternoon. These clouds are the beginning of what is going to be a significant storm for the region. Clouds will thicken early tonight. A weak front will bring a little bit of snow later on at night into early Tuesday. This will only be the preview of the system. More significant precipitation will then move in Tuesday afternoon. The next round will start at snow, but as warm air moves in aloft, the snow will mix with sleet, freezing rain, and perhaps rain later Tuesday and Tuesday night. A significant accumulation of snow and ice is likely. Because of this, the National Weather Service has issued a winter storm warning for Elk, Cameron, Clearfield, Jefferson, Cambria and Somerset counties and a winter weather advisory for the rest of the region. All of these warnings and advisories are in effect from Tuesday morning through Wednesday morning. And we believe that even the area in the advisory area may receive the type of weather that can associated with a warning. The mixed precipitation will change back to snow or snow showers before tapering off Wednesday. It will become windy Wednesday. Road conditions will be at their worst from 3pm Tuesday through Wednesday morning. Behind this storm, Thanksgiving day will still be windy and cold with snow showers and flurries. The weather will be more tranquil on Friday with some sunshine, but it will stay chilly with highs in the lower to middle 30s.
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