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Stephanie's Sunday Forecast 1/26/14

A second snow clipper is making its way into the 4State later Sunday afternoon...
TODAY:  Increasing cloudiness with scattered snow showers after the noon hour.  Most of the 4State will only see up to a dusting, while those in the Western part of our viewing area could see up to an inch (Garrett, Extreme Western Allegany, Grant, and Mineral Counties).  HIGH: 25.  Winds:  West 6-12 MPH.  

TONIGHT:  A few leftover scattered snow showers possible.  Not as cold as last night.  LOW:  20-25.  Winds:  Southwest 6-14 MPH.

MONDAY:  Morning snow showers and very breezy conditions throughout the day. We'll reach our high temperature in the morning and then plummet as the next Arctic air mass enters the region late Monday evening.  Low wind chills overnight will be a dangerous factor as well.  HIGH:  31,  LOW:  2.  Winds:  Northwest 15-20 MPH.

TUESDAY:  The cold air sticks with us with highs in the lower teens.  HIGH:  13,  LOW:  0.

WEDNESDAY:  Mostly sunny and still very cold.  HIGH:  18,  LOW:  9.

THURSDAY:  Sunshine and clouds, finally making it into the 30's.  HIGH:  31,  LOW:  18. 

FRIDAY:  Rain and snow showers.  HIGH:  32,  LOW:  20.  

SATURDAY:  Rain and snow showers possible.  HIGH:  38,  LOW:  29.

Have a great Sunday!
--Meteorologist Stephanie Sine 
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