Evening Forecast Tuesday, December 17th, 2013

One more chilly day is coming our way before a major warm up.
Updated: Tuesday Evening, December 17th, 2013
Reported by: Chief Meteorologist Joe Murgo

The disturbance that brought snow last night into this morning pushed off to the east. In its wake, there were a few peeks of sunshine this afternoon with temperatures rebounding to near 30. Another disturbance will bring a round of snow showers tonight with a covering to an inch. Some favored ridges could pick up 2" of new snow. Behind the disturbance, there will be another push of chilly air on Wednesday with leftover flurries before clouds start to break. Temperatures will not rise higher than the 20s in most spots Wednesday. This will be the last cold day for a while as a major warm up is coming our way. With partial sunshine and a southwesterly flow, the mercury will rebound to near 40 Thursday. Friday will be even milder despite plenty of clouds and showers with highs in the middle 40s. This weekend will be even warmer with periods of rain, some of which may be heavy, especially Sunday. Temperatures will rebound to near 50 on Saturday, stay well above freezing Saturday night and then make a run into the 50s on Sunday. There still can be some rain showers leftover early Monday before chilly air returns with snow showers later Monday into Tuesday. 
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