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Bryan's Monday Evening Forecast: 3/31/14

After a rainy and cold weekend, Monday has turned out very nice, and we've got another nice day ahead for Tuesday! Meteorologist Bryan Schuerman has the details in his forecast for Monday Evening, March 31st, 2014
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Weather Synopsis: After the low pressure system that moves through the area, brought most of us some snow on Sunday with rain as well, Monday has been dry and warmer, and we're going to continue that trend for the next few days.  Tuesday will feature more sunshine with temperatures into the mid to upper 60's and maybe some lower 70's in our southern zones, then we bring rain into the forecast for some of us on Wednesday with a warm front lifting through the region, then a few rainy days to end the week on Thursday and Friday with a cold front moving through the area. Over the weekend, we will dry out, with some cooler temperatures for Sunday, but rebounding as we get into early next week.
 
I’ll see you tonight on WHAG News at 7:00 and 11:00 with all the details!  Have a great evening!
 
--Meteorologist Bryan Schuerman
 
Your Local Weather Leader Short Term Forecast:
 
Tonight: Mostly clear skies with cool temperatures.  Low: 33-38.  Winds: Northeast 5-10 MPH.
 
Tomorrow (Tuesday):  Partly sunny skies with dry and warmer weather. High: 64-69.  Winds: South 5-10 MPH.
 
Tomorrow Night: Partly cloudy skies, not as cool.  Low: 43-48.  Winds: South 5-10 MPH.
 
Your Local Weather Leader Extended Forecast:
 
Wednesday:  Partly sunny skies with a chance of rain showers, as a warm front moves through the region. High: 64.  Low: 46.
 
Thursday: Cloudy skies with rain showers likely.  High: 57.  Low: 45.
 
Friday: Cloudy skies with rain showers likely, as a cold front moves through the region.  High: 52.  Low: 43.
 
Saturday: Partly sunny skies.  High: 63.  Low: 40.
 
Sunday: Mostly sunny skies.  High: 56.  Low: 38.
 
Monday: Partly sunny skies. High: 61.  Low: 40.
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