TODAY: Temperatures staying chilly in the 30's. Most of the 4State will see a few rounds of flurries later this afternoon, while the western portion of the 4State (Garret, Mineral, and Grant Counties) could see up to 1/2" of new snowfall. HIGH: 33. Winds: West 6-8 MPH.
TONIGHT: A chilly night with a clear sky. LOW: 16. Winds: Northwest 6-10 MPH.
MONDAY: We'll watch a low pressure track by to our north late and overnight bringing the chance of a wintry mix as cold air remains in place. Snow could change to freezing rain late Monday night into Tuesday morning. HIGH: 32, LOW: 27.
TUESDAY: Freezing rain/wintry mix possible. HIGH: 46, LOW: 28.
WEDNESDAY: We are above average for the 4State. HIGH: 49, LOW: 30.
THURSDAY: Cloudy and milder with the chance of rain showers. HIGH: 45, LOW: 42.
FRIDAY: Rain showers. HIGH: 51, LOW: 30.
SATURDAY: More clouds than sunshine. HIGH: 46, LOW: 28.
Have a great day! -- Meteorologist Stephanie Sine
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