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Stephanie's Monday Forecast 3/3/14

A low pressure system is slowly pushing through the 4State, giving us up to 4-8" of snow across most of the region...
A Winter Storm Warning is still in effect until 4 P.M. Monday afternoon.  Snow will continue this morning, we may have periods of heavier snow and then a few lulls.  Snow should begin to taper off in the early afternoon and will completely exit the region by the late afternoon.  We'll have a mostly clear sky tonight with low temperatures in the teens and single digits.  A large mass of Arctic air will be left behind after the front moves through, keeping temperatures frigid overnight.  A wind chill advisory may be given from the National Weather Service for night for parts of the 4State.  

TODAY:  Snow will end in the early afternoon.  Many of us could see up to 4"-8" of snow.  Very blustery and cold conditions.  HIGH:  23.  Winds:  North 12-14 MPH.  

TONIGHT:  Cold Arctic air sticks around.  LOW:  8.  Winds:  North 3-7 MPH.

TUESDAY:  Partly sunny, still cold.  HIGH:  28,  LOW:  15.  

WEDNESDAY:  Temperatures getting back into the 30s.  Mostly sunny.  HIGH:  34,  LOW:  23. 

THURSDAY:  Sunshine mixed with clouds.  HIGH:  34,   LOW:  24.

FRIDAY:  Rain showers likely.  Milder.  HIGH:  42,  LOW:  28.

SATURDAY:  Mostly cloudy with a slight chance of showers.  HIGH:  48,  LOW:  29.

SUNDAY: Sunshine and clouds.  HIGH:  45,  LOW:  31.  

Have a great Monday!  
--Meteorologist Stephanie Sine 
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