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Alan's Tuesday Forecast 2/11

Sunny and cold today. Tracking snow for Wednesday night into Thursday.
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TODAY: High pressure begins to briefly build in with a mostly sunny sky. It's a cold day with highs in the mid 20s. The Shenandoah Valley will reach the upper 20s.

TONIGHT: Clear and bitterly cold with a low of 0-5.

WEDNESDAY: Sunshine gives way to increasing clouds as a storm begins to develop to the south. Snow will develop shortly after sunset and will fall, heavy at times, overnight. A few inches are likely by dawn on Thursday. High 23.

THURSDAY: A coastal low will be strengthening off the Delmarva peninsula bringing in a swatch of snow. The farther east you are, the heavier the snow will be. Areas east of I 81 stand the best chance of seeing the heaviest snow. Western Maryland will see lighter accumulations. Right now, early thinking is most of us will see at least 6" of snow with higher amounts possible toward Frederick, MD. Lesser amounts are expected from Cumberland points west. Keep in mind, these totals can change so stay tuned for the latest forecast. It becomes gusty as the low wraps up with winds of 25 mph at times. The snow will be a heavy, wet snow with a high around 33.

FRIDAY: A clipper system arrives late in the afternoon bringing the chance for a few snow showers. The high 38.

SATURDAY: Partly sunny and still chilly with highs in the low 30s.

SUNDAY: A weak clipper may track through the region with a chance for some light snow. High 30.

MONDAY: Partly sunny and still below average. High 34.

Enjoy your day! Alan
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