Evening Forecast Tuesday, December 10th, 2013

Even colder air is coming our way.
Updated: Tuesday Evening, December 10th, 2013
Reported by: Chief Meteorologist Joe Murgo

A disturbance brought a little snow this morning but in its wake, clouds broke for some sunshine this afternoon. Despite some sunshine, the air mass behind this system was cold and the mercury held mainly in the 20s with a cold wind. It will remain blustery tonight with patchy clouds and only an isolated flurry or two. Low temperatures will be well down into the teens with the wind making it feel colder than that. Wednesday will still be brisk and cold. Some sunshine in the morning will give way to more in the way of clouds with scattered flurries and snow showers during the afternoon as an arctic front most into the region. There can be a heavier burst of snow in places. High temperatures on Wednesday will range from near 20 in the Laurel Highlands to near 30 in the deeper valleys well east of I-99. Behind that front, Thursday will be very cold with clouds, some sunshine and scattered flurries and snow showers. Temperatures will fail to reach to near 20 in many locations. This air mass will move out fast. Friday will feature a mix of clouds and sunshine with the mercury rebounding to near 30. The break will not last long with snow developing once again on Saturday, perhaps mixing with some ice or rain. There will be leftover snow showers and flurries Sunday into Monday as another cold air mass moves into the region.
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