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Your Weather Outlook


Good Monday Evening! It's been a nice start to the holiday week with lots of sunshine and a few clouds, and it looks like the dry weather is going to continue as we head into the next day or so with a small chance for some precipitation heading into the middle of the week. As we work through the overnight hours tonight, with another cold night on the way. Temperatures dropping into the lower 30's in the lowlands and well into the 20's in the higher elevations. Wind Chill Temperatures making it feel just a tad bit colder heading into Tuesday Morning. 

High pressure will continue to control the forecast as we head into Tuesday with mainly sunny skies. Expect the clouds to increase during the  afternoon/evening clouds and with a strong southwest wind, temperatures will climb through the upper 50's well away from the mountain counties. Even our typically cool spots will rebound nicely with highs in the mid/upper 40's. by the afternoon hours. 

We only just manage dry weather Tuesday afternoon/evening before the latest cold front approaches with scattered rain showers shortly after midnight Tuesday Night. Temperatures may become cool enough some snow to mix in, especially across the high terrain of Western Maryland and West Virginia. Even more cold air is expected to filter into the region in the wake of that front through the day Wednesday. That may keep a light mix of rain/snow mainly in the north-eastern mountains well into the early afternoon before drier air arrives. We'll also notice a sharp cool down with temperatures only in the upper 30's in the lowlands. 

High pressure builds back into the region as we head into Thanksgiving on Thursday and Black Friday with temperatures also beginning to rebound once again. Temperatures heading for the mid 40's on Thanksgiving, then into the lower 50's for the end of the week. Our next system after the minor mid week system takes aim at the region as we head into the weekend. Rain showers will transition over to snow showers as we head into the second half of the weekend, and keeping a rain/snow shower mix into the lowlands with temperatures in the 30's for Sunday. High pressure builds back into the region for early next week with temperatures in the middle 40's with lots of sunshine.

MONDAY NIGHT: Mainly clear skies with continued cold temperatures.  Low: 30.  WInds: Southwest 5-10 MPH.

TUESDAY: Mostly sunny skies with lots of sunshine and warmer temperatures.  High: 58.  Winds: Southwest 5-15 mph.

TUESDAY NIGHT: Increasing clouds with skies becoming mostly cloudy late. A light rain/snow mix developing after midnight.  Low: 34.  Winds: Southwest 5-10 MPH.

WEDNESDAY: Mostly cloudy skies with a light rain/snow mix in the morning. Decreasing clouds through the afternoon and into the evening.  High: 39.  Low: 23.

THURSDAY (THANKSGIVING): Mostly sunny skies. High: 43.  Low: 27.

FRIDAY: Mostly sunny skies.  High: 50.  Low: 35.

SATURDAY: Cloudy skies with a chance of rain showers in the lowlands and a rain/snow mix in the higher elevations.  High: 47.  Low; 32.

SUNDAY: Cloudy skies with snow showers in the higher elevatoins and a rain/snow mix in the lowlands.  High: 38.  Low: 27.

MONDAY: Mostly sunny skies.  High: 44.  Low: 28.

--- WBOY StormTracker 12 Chief Meteorologist, Bryan Schuerman, M.Ed.

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