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Winter Weather Alert: Bryan's Wednesday Evening Forecast: 1/1/14

Winter Weather Advisories and Wind Chill Advisories have been issued for portions of the area for Thursday and Friday. Meteorologist Bryan Schuerman has the details in his forecast for Wednesday Evening January 1st, 2014.
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Winter Weather Alert: The National Weather Service has issued the following winter weather alerts for the region in advance of the snow on the way for Thursday & Friday Morning...

Winter Weather Advisory from 12:00 PM Thursday - 12:00 AM Friday for the following counties:

In Pennsylvania: Adams, Bedford, Franklin, Fulton and Somerset
In Maryland: Garrett

There is the potential that more counties will need to be added into the Winter Weather Advisory late tonight or Thursday Morning.

Wind Chill Advisories from 7:00 PM Thursday - 12:00 PM Friday

In Pennsylvania: Somerset
In Maryland: Garrett

Snow will overspread the area from Thursday Afternoon and Evening and will last into Early Friday Morning before ending. A light accumulation of snow is forecast, with most areas seeing 1 to 3 inches of snow before this system ends, with 3-6 inches of snow possible in the higher elevations.  Behind this system, we will see some brutally cold air, with Wind Chills in the single digits for most people, and anywhere from 15 to 20 degrees below zero possible in the Wind Chill Advisory area.

Once this system leaves the area, we will see more chances for rain and snow late in the weekend and through the beginning of next week, followed by another blast of arctic air, bringing even colder weather for Tuesday of next week with some of the coldest air this region has seen in at least 5 years.

Stay with WHAG for the latest information on the winter weather and cold temperatures, we'll keep you ahead of the storm.

Your Local Weather Leader Short Term Forecast:

Tonight: Mostly cloudy skies and cold.  Low: 26-31. Winds: Calm Winds.

Tomorrow (Thursday): Mostly cloudy skies becoming cloudy, with a rain/snow mix starting, then changing over to accumulating snow.  1 to 3 inches of snow is likely with isolated areas of higher amounts, 3 to 6 inches possible in the higher elevations.  High: 38 (Falling in the afternoon...)  Winds: Northeast 3-5 MPH. 

Tomorrow Night: Snow continues, and winds down close to midnight. Remaining cloudy. Becoming mostly cloudy overnight.  Low: 14-19.  Winds: Calm winds. 

Your Local Weather Leader Extended Forecast:

Friday: Partly sunny skies; breezy and cold.  High: 20.  Low: 8.

Saturday: Partly sunny skies.  High: 33. Low: 21.

Sunday: Mostly cloudy skies with a chance of rain and snow showers late.  High: 40.  Low: 29.

Monday: Mostly cloudy skies with a chance of rain and snow showers.  High: 40.  Low: 12.

Tuesday: Partly sunny skies, breezy and brutally cold.  High: 15.  Low: 5.

Wednesday: Mostly sunny skies.  HighL 20.  Low: 13.
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