Overnight Forecast Sunday, December 1st, 2013

Milder air will slowly work it's way to the region over the next few days despite a good deal of clouds.
Updated: Sunday Night, December 1st, 2013
Reported by: Chief Meteorologist Joe Murgo

There will be a couple of sprinkles and flurries around through the overnight hours, especially near and north of I-80. There is also a slight chance for a touch of freezing drizzle in a few spots, and do keep in mind, that freezing drizzle can be enough to make roads slick and it's hard to notice on the road, so be careful later at night into early Monday morning. The rest of Monday will be a little milder with variable cloudiness some sprinkles, and perhaps flurries. Highs will be near or just above 40. Tuesday will also feature a good deal of clouds with sprinkles. Highs will be in the 40s with night temperatures staying above freezing. Wednesday will feature both clouds and sunshine but as a front approaches, the clouds will win more during the afternoon. There is a chance for a little rain later Wednesday but a better chance for showers Wednesday night into Thursday. Despite the rain, the mercury will still reach well into the 40s on Thursday. This front will slowly move through the region on Friday with periods of rain. Temperatures on Friday may reach the 40s for a time, but as colder air starts to move in the rain may become a mix of rain, ice and snow later in the day into Friday night. There still could be a touch of snow or a mix early Saturday then clouds will try to break later Saturday as a cold air mass presses into the region.
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