Overnight Forecast Tuesday, December 3rd, 2013

Mild air will continue to win out the next couple of days.
Updated: Tuesday Night, December 3rd, 2013
Reported by: Chief Meteorologist Joe Murgo

Wednesday will be a mild day with the mercury reaching to near 50 despite a good deal of clouds. There may be a stray shower or two Wednesday, but much of the time and most places will stay rain free. A slow moving cold front will bring numerous showers, perhaps a steadier period of rainfall on Thursday. Temperatures will still reach into the 50s Thursday. This cold front will stall near the area on Friday and a disturbance moving along the front will bring rainfall that may be heavy at times. Cold air will start to press into the region with the rain. Temperatures will start in the middle 40s and then drop into the 30s during the afternoon. The rain will mix with ice and/or snow Friday night before tapering off by Saturday morning. It will be windy and colder Saturday with some sunshine and highs in the 30s. The weather pattern will then stay unsettled Sunday into the early part of next week. With cold air in place, the first of two disturbances will bring snow then a wintry mix to the area on Sunday. There may be another disturbance that will bring rain or a wintry mix on Monday. Behind that second disturbance, a much colder air mass will move into the region.
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