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Bryan's Wednesday Evening Forecast: 3/19/14

The First Day of Spring on Thursday looks to be warmer with some sunshine! Meteorologist Bryan Schuerman has the details in his forecast for Wednesday Evening, March 19th, 2014...
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Weather Synopsis: Today has been full of clouds, but we will be breaking into some sunshine and warmer temperatures as we look ahead to the first day of Spring!! High Pressure will build into the forecast for the latter portions of the work week, sending our high temperatures above average, but our next weather maker arrives for Saturday with our next chance of rain. That will bring a chance of showers as we get into Saturday, and then Winter is not ready to let go... We do have the chance for some snow in the forecast as we get into early next week. We'll continue to watch that!

Have a great evening and I will see you on WHAG News at 7:00 and 11:00 PM!

-- Meteorologist Bryan Schuerman

Your Local Weather Leader Short Term Forecast

Tonight: A chance of a few showers/patchy fog tonight, clouds begin to break as we get into the overnight hours.  Low: 34-39.  Winds: South 5-10 MPH.

Tomorrow (Thursday) First Day of Spring: Mostly sunny skies with breezy conditions.  High: 52-57.  Winds: West 15-25 MPH with gusts as high as 35 MPH.

Tomorrow Night:
Mainly clear skies.  Low: 28-33. 

Your Local Weather Leader Extended Forecast:

Friday: Partly sunny skies.  High: 57.  Low: 38.

Saturday:
Partly sunny skies with a chance of rain showers.  High: 59.  Low: 33.

Sunday:
Partly sunny skies.  High: 48.  Low: 24.

Monday:
Mostly sunny skies.  High: 41.  Low: 24.

Tuesday: Mostly cloudy skies with a chance of snow.  High: 37.  Low: 27.

Wednesday: Partly sunny skies.  High: 43.  Low: 30.

Special Appearance: The Washington County Home Show scheduled for this weekend at Hagerstown Community College's ARCC Center, come join me and meet myself and Jeff Bowers from 10:00 AM - 12:00 PM!  We hope to see you there!!
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