Evening Forecast Thursday, December 12th, 2013

The arctic chill will ease a little over the next few days.
Updated: Thursday Evening, December 12th, 2013
Reported by: Chief Meteorologist Joe Murgo

An arctic air mass dominated our weather today with temperatures reaching no higher than the teens in many spots despite some sunshine. It will remain brisk and quite cold tonight though the air mass will start to depart later tonight and mercury may start to rise toward dawn. There will be a few clouds with isolated flurries tonight. Friday will still be cold, but not as bitter. We'll have more clouds than sunshine with a couple of stray flurries. A storm system will bring some snow back to the area later Friday night. This storm will bring a moderate snowfall on Saturday. The snow may mix with some freezing rain or sleet down near the Maryland border. It's too early for exact amounts but I would plan on a shovelable snowfall with slick travel on Saturday. The will be a fast moving storm with leftover snow showers tapering off on Sunday. Monday will also be blustery and cold with some clouds, scattered flurries and snow showers. Another front will bring some more flurries and snow showers for the midweek before temperatures relax later next week.
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