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Alan's Monday Forecast 11/25

Increasing clouds and still cold. Watching messy storm tomorrow into Wednesday.
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A WINTER STORM WATCH is in effect for Garrett County from Tuesday morning until Wednesday afternoon for the potential of 6" or more of snow.

TODAY: Look for sunshine to start with increasing high clouds by the afternoon. It's still cold with a high of 35.

TONIGHT: Mostly cloudy and as a low pressure approaches from the south and interacts with colder air, a light wintry mix of snow, sleet and freezing rain will develop late after midnight. Low 28.

TUESDAY: A storm forming in the southeast will move up the eastern seaboard during the day. Cold air at the surface will lead to a wintry mix of snow, sleet and ice during the morning. As warmer air from the south and east gets pulled into the storm, the wintry mix will change to a cold rain by the afternoon. The exception will be the higher spots to the west where a prolonged period of snow and ice will lead to accumulations. A WINTER STORM WATCH is in effect for Garrett County from Tuesday morning until Wednesday afternoon for the potential of 6" or more of snow. Highs will only be in the mid 30s all day with temperatures rising to the upper 30s by night.

WEDNESDAY: The storm will still be with us on Wednesday leading to tricky travel before Thanksgiving. Expect a cold rain to start the day, but as the storm pulls colder air in behind it, the rain will change and end as snow by the afternoon. Highs will be in the upper 30s with them falling to the low 30s later in the day. Some snow accumulation is possible before the storm exits Wednesday night.

THANKSGIVING DAY: It's partly sunny and gusty at times, but it is dry. It will be cold with a high of 32.

FRIDAY: Partly sunny skies with a chance of showers late in the day. The high 54.

SATURDAY: It's partly cloudy and chilly. The high 38.

SUNDAY: Clouds and sun with a high of 42.

Enjoy your day! Alan
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