Evening Forecast Thursday, April 5, 2018


The rest of the night will bring us increasing and thickening clouds. We will also have some flurries and a bit of snow. This will bring a coating of snow along and north of I-80. It will be a chilly night as our low temperatures will be falling to upper 20s and the lower 30s. There will be some flurries to start tomorrow mostly to the north then we will have some scattered showers later tomorrow. It will turn out to be a cool and breezy day with our high temperatures in the middle and upper 40s to the north and through the Laurel Highlands, while to the east high temperatures will be lower to middle 50s. Friday night low temperatures will fall to the 20s and this will allow the showers to mix with and then change to some snowflakes. Saturday will feature a bit of snow early, but it will be mostly off to our south and then the clouds will slowly break for sunshine. It will be a cold day though as our high temperatures will not make it out of the 30s. Then on Sunday we will have a blend of clouds and sunshine with high temperatures a few degrees either side of 40 after starting the day in the teens and lower 20s. As we head into Monday another system will move into our area and will bring us a good deal of clouds with a little bit of a mix. High temperatures will reach into the lower and middle 40s. It will become a little warmer on Tuesday as our high temperatures will get to the upper 40s under a variably cloudy sky with some showers and there can be some flurries. Wednesday will be turning out partly sunny with our high temperatures right around 50 degrees. It will then be milder and breezy with a mix of clouds and sunshine on Thursday.

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