NEW YEAR'S DAY: There will be clouds and some sunny breaks, especially to the south today. Highs will be near normal at 41.
TONIGHT: Mostly cloudy and chilly with lows in the upper 20s to low 30s.
THURSDAY: A low pressure from the west will transfer it's energy to a coastal low. Light snow will develop to the west by early afternoon. This will spread east by mid afternoon over the rest of the region. It will start off as light rain in areas along I 81 with highs in the upper 30s to low 40s. Colder air will arrive by evening changing any rain to snow overnight. This storm will intensify well to our east, so we are not expecting a lot of snow. Generally 1"-3" with the lower amounts more likely by late Thursday night. The highest amounts will be seen in Western Maryland. A coating to an inch is expected south of Martinsburg.
FRIDAY: The storm departs, it's mostly sunny and windy with highs only in the upper teens and low 20s!
SATURDAY: A blend of sun and clouds and not as cold. High 35.
SUNDAY: Look for more clouds ahead of our next storm. It brings a chance of a shower with a high around 40.
MONDAY: A low pressure brings rain that could end as a period of snow. High 40 with lows in the teens.
TUESDAY: Our next Arctic blast arrives with highs in the teens and lows in the single digits.
Enjoy your day! Alan
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