Overnight Forecast Tuesday, November 26th, 2013

The storm system is now pulling away from the region.
Updated: Tuesday Night, November 26th, 2013
Reported by: Chief Meteorologist Joe Murgo

The major storm system will start to pull away from the region. The freezing rain and rain will taper through the overnight hours with some snow showers returning to areas west of I-99 later at night.  Additional accumulation of snow will be little or nothing by early morning in most spots with a little more in the Laurel Highlands. On the backside of this system will be windy and cold with snow showers Wednesday  and a burst of snow. New accumulation on Wednesday will range from a coating to an inch or so in the valleys near and east of I-99 to a few inches in the Laurel Highlands. Temperatures during the day on Wednesday will drop, reaching back into the 20s in most spots by the end of the day. With the falling temperatures, some roads could ice up so do be careful in your travels. It will be brisk and cold Thanksgiving Day with some leftover flurries or snow showers, variable cloudiness with highs in the 20s. Another weak disturbance may bring scattered clouds and flurries Friday and it will remain cold with highs only in the lower 30s. Saturday will be partly sunny and chilly with highs in the upper 30s. The mercury will rebound a little as we head into next week.
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