Evening Forecast Friday, March 1, 2018


Tonight another quick hitting system will be moving through the region. This will bring along and east of Route 219 1 to 3 inches of snow. While north of I-80 and east will have a coating to an inch. This can create some slick conditions as we head into Saturday morning. Low temperatures tonight will be falling down into the middle and upper 20s.

Somerset and Bedford counties are under a Winter Weather Advisory until 7 AM Sunday.

Tomorrow will have a fair amount of clouds around with some flurries and an isolated snow shower around. High temperatures tomorrow will be reaching well into the 30s and in the lower 40s in a few spots. Saturday night will be variably cloudy with our low temperatures dropping into the 20s. Then as we head into Sunday, we are keeping our eye on the next system that will move into the area. We will have plenty of clouds on Sunday with snow developing later on the day as the system passes off to our south. High temperatures Sunday will be in the 30s. Snow will becoming to and end Monday and the clouds may start to break. Monday will be windy and colder with our high temperatures not getting out of the lower and middle 20s. High pressure will be building in for the middle of the week. We will have a blend of clouds and sunshine, with a small chance for a snow shower, Tuesday. It will be brisk and cold with our high temperatures in the lower to middle 20s. We will be partly sunny for Wednesday with our high temperatures once again in the 20s. Thursday we will have increasing clouds with high temperatures getting into the upper 20s and the lower 30s. Friday will be mostly cloudy with snow showers and flurries. High temperatures will be in the lower to middle 30s.

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