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Winter Weather Alert: Bryan's Tuesday Evening Forecast: 3/18/14

A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for majority of the viewing area for the potential of freezing rain and/or freezing drizzle overnight and Wednesday Morning. Meteorologist Bryan Schuerman has the details in his forecast for Tuesday Evening, March 18th, 2014
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Weather Alerts: A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect from Midnight to 11:00 AM Wednesday for majority of the viewing area. As a warm front lifts north of the area tomorrow, we are looking for some precipitation to develop overnight and into Wednesday. As temperatures drop tonight, and the precipitation begins to fall, this will fall as a little freezing rain/freezing drizzle, which will make the Wednesday Morning Commute slick to school and work. Then, as temperatures warm up, we will change the precipitation over to rain, before it ends late Wednesday.

High Pressure will build into the forecast for the latter portions of the work week, sending our high temperatures above average, as we enter the First Day of Spring, but our next weather maker after Wednesday arrives for Saturday with our next chance of rain.

Remember: It only takes a little bit of freezing rain/drizzle to make the roads slick, including bridges/overpasses and elevated surfaces first, before everything else. Plan on giving yourself extra time to get to your destination tonight and Wednesday Morning.

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: Winter Weather Advisory in effect from Midnight until 11:00 AM Wednesday. Mostly cloudy skies with freezing rain/freezing drizzle developing after midnight. Low: 28-33.  Winds: Southeast 4-8 MPH.

Tomorrow (Wednesday): Winter Weather Advisory in effect from Midnight until 11:00 AM Wednesday. Mostly cloudy skies with freezing rain/freezing drizzle, changing over to rain showers. A light ice accumulation is possible, especially on elevated surfaces and roadways.  High: 38-43  Winds: East 5-10 MPH.

Tomorrow Night:
Partly Cloudy Skies  Low: 35-40. 

Your Local Weather Leader Extended Forecast:

Thursday (First Day of Spring):
Partly sunny skies.  High: 54.  Low: 34.

Friday: Mostly sunny skies.  High: 59.  Low: 40.

Saturday:
Partly sunny skies with rain showers likely.  High: 59.  Low: 34.

Sunday:
Partly sunny skies.  High: 48.  Low: 25.

Monday:
Mostly sunny skies.  High: 42.  Low: 25.

Tuesday: Mostly cloudy skies with a chance of rain/snow showers.  High: 41.  Low: 27.

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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