Evening Forecast Tuesday, November 12th, 2013

The coldest air of the season so far is upon us. How long will it stay?
Updated: Tuesday Evening, November 12th, 2013
Reported by: Chief Meteorologist Joe Murgo

A powerful cold front pushed through the region this morning and in it's wake, it left the first widespread covering of snow. There was a lull in activity behind the front for a while, but tonight will remain windy and cold with scattered flurries and snow showers. With temperatures dropping well down in the 20s the snow will leave a fresh covering to an inch in some locations, with perhaps 2" on some of the favored ridges. To be careful as there can be some isolated slick spots. Wednesday will still be brisk and cold. There probably will still be more clouds than sunshine in the morning with scattered flurries and even a leftover snow shower, but the chance for snowflakes will diminish in the afternoon as the amount of sunshine starts to increase. Wednesday night will still be cold with lows well down into the 20s, but this cold air will move out as fast as it moves in. Thursday and Friday will be breezy and turning milder with sunshine mixing with a few clouds each day. Temperatures will rebound into the middle to upper 40s Thursday and then into the 50s on Friday. Temperatures will also reach the 50s on Saturday despite some more clouds and the chance for some showers. Sunday will also be breezy and mild with showers and highs in the 50s. The next front will be a slow mover. Monday will be mostly cloudy and windy with showers. As the front passes to the east, Tuesday will be windy with rain showers changing to snow showers. Another blast of cold looks likely for the middle to latter part of next week.
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