Snowfall will begin to accumulate after midnight.
Winter storm will bring snow as early as midnight tonight.
Partly cloudy and breezy evening ahead.
Chance of wintry mix precipitation until noon.
WINTER STORM WARNING REMAINS IN EFFECT UNTIL NOON EST SATURDAY...
Winter Storm Warning in effect this afternoon.
Friday morning will stay sunny but clouds and moisture will move in this afternoon.
Partly cloudy and chilly this evening.
Thursday morning holds a few flurries and dense fog but we'll finally begin to clear up into the afternoon.
Freezing drizzle and fog tonight.
A snow system will move into the region today and some spots could see around 1"-3" or more.
WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY WEDNESDAY An upper level disturbance will move through the region tonight into Wednesday.
A clipper system will move into the region by the afternoon, bringing with it clouds for Tuesday afternoon and snow showers into Wednesday.
A clipper system associated with a larger low pressure system will bring us a small chance of rain showers late Tuesday afternoon with a better chance of rain/snow Tuesday night.
Morning flurries and drizzle will taper off by the afternoon and high temperatures will range from the 30's to 40's.
Mostly cloudy evening ahead, with a chance of some snow for regions west of the Allegheny Front.
Chance of rain showers this morning.
Clouds will increase this evening as a low-pressure system and cold front approach the region.
Plenty of sunshine today and seasonable temperatures.
Saturday will be calm and mostly sunny. Highs will reach the upper 30s, and lows will fall into the upper 20s.
Clouds will gradually clear out this afternoon. Clear and cold evening up ahead.
Weekend temperatures will be right around average or above with the chance of rain showers or wintry mix on Sunday afternoon/night.
A small shortwave trough pushes across the 4State tonight and Friday morning, cooling us down a few degrees for Friday, but we'll still be very close to average high temps.
Plenty of sunshine into the weekend and seasonable temperatures.
High pressure will keep us dry today and we'll feel temperatures in the 30's and 40's today.
High pressure continues to build in from the West into the end of the week. A cold front moves through on Friday but we should stay dry. Temperatures will increase into the 40's for most of the weekend and a small shortwave system will pass to our East on Sunday, but the region should remain dry .
High pressure continues to move in from the West while a low pressure system could bring us morning flurries or snow showers.
Today we're waking up with temperatures into the 30's but we'll actually drop into the 20's throughout Tuesday. We'll climb out of the 20's by Thursday and into the 40's by the weekend! For many spots, this weekend will be the first time in almost two weeks that we have been above our average high temperatures.
Cold high pressure moves back into the region and will keep us cold until the weekend.
Cold high pressure will dominate the weather pattern throughout the week and we have a small chance of some snow showers on Wednesday when a disturbance will travel to our South. Expect "milder" air for the weekend with highs in the 40's!
A cold front will move through the region today giving us freezing rain in the morning and rain showers into the afternoon.
Chance of freezing rain/sleet before midnight. Freezing rain in the morning will change over to rain in the afternoon.
Plenty of sunshine Sunday morning, yet clouds will increase this afternoon.
Temperatures returning to the single digits this evening
Cold temperatures today, yet winds will subside this afternoon.
Allegany, Mineral, and Garrett are under a Wind Chill Advisory from 7PM this evening to 11AM on Saturday. This means winds chills are expected to fall 5 to 15 degrees below zero this evening.
Few degrees warmer today, yet falling back into the single digits this evening.
A quick moving cold front will move through the region today giving a few spots flurries for the morning.
Another cold front will enter the region tomorrow, yet temperatures will not be affected and precipitation will remain north of the region.
Winds chill will return to the single digits this evening.
Arctic high pressure takes over the Eastern U.S. this morning and will keep the 4State cold today.
WIND CHILL ADVISORY REMAINS IN EFFECT FROM 6 PM THIS EVENING TO 8 AM EST THURSDAY..
Cold high pressure gives the 4State and most of the NE wind chills in the teens to single digits today.
Cold high pressure quickly builds in after the clipper moves out and we are left very chilly for the next few days. Some spots could see some flurries Wednesday morning, but we'll be sunny and dry for the rest of the week into the weekend. Our main concern will be Wednesday/Wednesday night wind chills with strong winds and low temperatures into the single digits possible.
Snow showers will continue this morning and begin to taper by the afternoon.
A clipper system is on the way to the 4State tonight into Tuesday with a few spots seeing a dusting to a few inches of snowfall.
Gusty and chilly start to the work week.
Showers linger in the region until early afternoon.
Showers persist until midnight. Patchy fog after midnight.
Freezing rain/sleet mix this morning. Rain showers this afternoon.