Overnight Forecast Thursday November 21st, 2013

Friday will be a little milder before an arctic blast comes our way.
Updated: Thursday Night, November 21st, 2013
Reported by: Chief Meteorologist Joe Murgo

There will be some showers around Friday as a cold front pushes toward the region. Ahead of the front it will be milder with temperatures reaching the 50s in many spots. This front will push through with scattered showers Friday night. The showers should by sunrise Saturday. Clouds will break for some sunshine Saturday morning. It will be windy and chillier Saturday with highs in the 40s before clouds started to increase again with a secondary cold front. This second front will bring snow showers later Saturday. Behind the front, the coldest air of the season pushes in for Saturday night into Sunday with numerous snow showers. Temperatures will drop to near 20 Saturday night and then not rise higher than the middle to upper 20s Sunday. Monday will still be cold with leftover clouds and flurries then some sunshine. Highs will be in the 30s. A disturbance passing just to the south and east will bring scattered snow and rain showers Tuesday and then snow showers Wednesday. Behind that disturbance there will be another push of arctic air for Thanksgiving.
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