Overnight Forecast, Sunday December 8th, 2013

A mix of snow, freezing rain and sleet will develop over the region in the early hours of Monday.
Updated: Sunday night, December 8th
Reported by: Meteorologist Steve Newton

Any showers that move in during the early hours of Monday will be a mix of snow, freezing rain and sleet. This could create some trouble spots on the roads, so please allow some extra time on your morning commute. Some schools have issued delays for Monday, so check the closings page for the latest updates. The wintry mix will come to an end Monday morning. Some milder air will be moving during the early hours Monday morning, with highs reaching into the mid to upper 30s by the afternoon, but it will be blustery as well. A weak disturbance will move in Monday evening, bringing the chance for a coating of snow late Monday/early Tuesday in the Laurel Highlands. The next round of colder air will move in for the middle of the coming week, with a few flurries Tuesday and highs around 30°. An area of high pressure will influence our weather for the middle of the coming week, with a mix of sun and clouds and temperatures below seasonal. The overnight hours will be cold with low temperatures in the single digits for a few locations. Even with the high pressure you could see flurries Wednesday.
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