Evening Forecast, Sunday December 15, 2013

A few flurries will be around during the overnight hours and the strong breeze will have wind chills near zero at times.
Updated: Sunday evening, December 15th
Reported by: Meteorologist Steve Newton

A band of snow showers and flurries moved across the northern half of the region today, and more snow will be seen before we warm up later this week. It will be blustery tonight with plenty of clouds, a few flurries and temperatures in the low to mid teens. The wind chill could be below zero at times tonight and the early hours of Monday. We’ll have more clouds than sunshine for Monday with a good breeze and temperatures in the upper teens and low 20s. Clouds will thicken up again Monday evening ahead of the next round of snow showers that could bring some light accumulations by Tuesday morning. Temperatures will get above freezing in spots Tuesday and clouds could break for sunshine in the afternoon. We’ll get a small break from the winter weather Wednesday afternoon and Thursday, and some communities could see 40° Thursday before rain showers move in for Friday.
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