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Weather Synopsis: With an easterly flow coming off the Atlantic Ocean today and yesterday, we've featured more clouds than sunshine, and it looks like the dry weather will continue for the better portion of next week. We're watching a cold front out to the west move towards the area, but by the time it gets here, it looks to completely dissipate. A nearly stationary area of high pressure will continue to control the forecast through the week before a stronger cold front makes it's way towards the area as we get into the early portions of next weekend.
In terms of how dry we've been, in Hagerstown, we've only seen 1.25" of rain this month, that puts us -2.82" of rain below where we should be for this time in September, so his month has been abnormally dry, and it looks like we'll end September and begin October dry.
Enjoy the continued dry weather, and I'll see you tonight on WHAG News at 7:00 and 11:00 PM. There will be no 6:00 PM News due to Notre Dame Football on NBC.
--Meteorologist Bryan Schuerman
Your4State Short Term Forecast:
Tonight: Partly cloudy skies and cool. Patchy fog possible after midnight. Low: 48-53. Winds: Southeast 3-6 MPH.
Tomorrow (Sunday): Morning fog giving way to a mixture of sunshine and clouds. High: 71-76. Winds: Southeast 3-6 MPH.
Tomorrow Night: Mainly clear skies and cool, once again. Low: 51-56. Winds: Light southeast.
Your4State Extended Forecast:
Monday: Mostly sunny skies. High: 76. Low: 54.
Tuesday: Partly sunny skies. High: 79. Low: 56.
Wednesday: Partly sunny skies. High: 82. Low: 56.
Thursday: Partly sunny skies. High: 82. Low: 57.
Friday: Partly sunny skies. High: 78. Low: 56.
Saturday: Partly sunny skies with a chance of rain showers late, as a cold front approaches the area from the west. High: 76. Low: 57.
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