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Thursday Morning Forecast, January 23, 2014

Snow showers & cold temps stick around.
Updated Thursday Morning, January 23rd
Reported by Meteorologist Regina Miller

Today will be cold with temps only averaging in the mid teens.  A disturbance will move through, re-enforcing cold air and bringing numerous scattered snow showers through for today as it is crossing.  Be careful for sudden slick spots or a quick coating to appear on roadways over a short distance. Tonight, snow showers diminish.  Winds pick up late today through tonight. As a result, the National Weather Service has issued a Wind Chill Advisory for Clearfield, Jefferson, Elk, Cameron, Northern Centre, Indiana, Cambria and Somerset counties tonight through 10 am tomorrow. Wind Chills could be as low as -15 at times.  Friday will be another bitter day despite some sunshine with highs ranging from the upper single digits to the lower teens. The arctic air will try to ease a little bit on Saturday ahead of the next front that will bring some more snow showers or possibly a steadier snow. Temperatures Saturday will actually reach into the 20s in many spots but it may not feel any nicer due to a stiff westerly wind. A second disturbance can bring a period of snow or snow showers later Sunday into  early Monday. Behind that disturbance, arctic air will strengthen its grip over the region into the middle of next week.
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