Overnight Forecast, Wednesday December 11, 2013

There will be flurries tonight with temperatures in the single digits in spots.
Updated: Wednesday night, December 11th
Reported by: Meteorologist Steve Newton

There will be a few flurries moving through during the overnight hours, with a coating of snow possible in the valleys to around an inch of new snow possible in the Laurel Highlands. Another blast of arctic air will have lows in the single digits and low teens, and the breeze will have wind chills below zero in some locations. Thursday will be cold with a few leftover flurries and high temperatures in the teens to near 20°. Friday won’t be as chilly with highs in the upper 20s and low 30s, but clouds will increase late ahead of the next round of snow that will arrive Saturday. Snow showers Saturday will eventually turn to a wintry mix and temperatures could get above freezing in a few locations. Any leftover snow showers will be gone by Sunday afternoon, but another round of chilly air will move in for the start of next week.
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