Morning Forecast Saturday, November 23rd, 2013

An unseasonably cold air mass will move in by tonight.
Updated: Saturday Morning, November 23rd, 2013
Reported by: Chief Meteorologist Joe Murgo

Today will be windy and chillier. We'll have a mix of clouds and sunshine through the midday hours then clouds will win later in the day with snow showers arriving. Temperatures will reach near 40 briefly before dropping into the 30s during the afternoon with higher elevations dropping into the 20s. An unseasonably cold air mass will press into the region for tonight through Sunday with gusty winds and numerous snow showers. Temperatures Sunday will rise no higher than the middle 20s with some of the higher elevations not leaving the teens. The snow showers will cause scattered accumulations, mainly in the Laurel Highlands so be careful driving through the higher terrain later Saturday through Sunday night. There's a slight chance for a couple of lingering flurries early Monday then the rest of the day will be partly sunny, breezy and still chilly with highs in the middle 30s. The next disturbance may bring some rain and snow showers on Tuesday and then snow showers on Wednesday. Another push of unseasonably cold air will return for Thanksgiving Day.
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