Evening Forecast, Sunday December 8, 2013

Another round of snow showers will move in tonight, and change to an icy mix early Monday morning.
Updated: Sunday evening, December 8th
Reported by: Meteorologist Steve Newton

The snow showers will still impact part of the region as we go through the evening hours and into early Monday. Much of the region is seeing a break, but snow showers will pop up for some people tonight. Early Monday the snow will turn over to a wintry mix which could create some trouble spots on the roads. Please allow road crews time to get the roads clear and treated. Some “milder” air will move in for Monday, with highs in the mid to upper 30s Monday afternoon and a mix of rain and snow showers, but it will be blustery as well. A weak disturbance will move in Monday evening, bringing the chance for a coating of snow late Monday/early Tuesday in the Laurel Highlands. The next round of colder air will move in for the middle of the coming week, with a few flurries Tuesday and highs around 30°. An area of high pressure will influence our weather for the middle of the coming week, with a mix of sun and clouds and temperatures below seasonal. The overnight hours will be cold with low temperatures in the single digits for a few locations. Even with the high pressure you could see flurries Wednesday.
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