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Monday Midday Forecast, November 11, 2013

Rain will change to snow showers tonight.
Updated Monday Midday November 11th
Reported by Meteorologist Regina Miller

Clouds will thicken this afternoon ahead of a front.   Highs will range from the upper 40s to low 50s.  Showers will move in during the late day and evening.  Tonight rain changes to snow showers.  Most locations will see less than an inch if any accumulation.  However the ridges to the west of I-99 could see a trace to an inch or two.  We get a blast of cold air behind the front.   Tomorrow some snow showers will linger into parts of the region.  It will be brisk and significantly colder.  Highs will only be in the mid to upper 30s.  It will stay cold through the mid week.  Temps on Wednesday will be in the 30s as well.  There may still be a couple early flurries.  Otherwise clouds will give way to increasing sunshine.  Thursday will be mostly sunny and a bit warmer with temps rising into the mid 40s.
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