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CBS6 Area Forecast


Meteorologist Craig Adams
Last Updated:3/13/2014 1:20:41 PM


Synopsis The strong area of low pressure responsible for the rain, freezing rain, sleet, and snow in the past 24 hours, will continue to track east of the region, heading into the Canadian Maritimes Provinces by later this afternoon. Winds will remain quite gusty over the local area due to the tight pressure gradient around the storm. A few leftover flurries still could fall as well, although some clearing is expected as we progress through the afternoon. Blowing snow will remain prevalent due to the high winds and wind chills will be below zero at times this afternoon, as actual temperatures stay well below the seasonal norms.TRAVEL CONDITIONS While actual road conditions will have improved considerably from the early morning hours, drivers still could run into areas of blowing snow on roads passing through open fields that could create some slick spots, mainly on less traveled roadways.

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This Afternoon: Windy and quite cold
Below zero wind chills at times
Leftover flurries ending
Some clearing developing
Wind: NW 20-25 mph, gusts to 40 mph
Sunset: 6:59:00 PM
Temps: Teens

Tonight: Mostly clear skies
Diminishing wind, but still breezy
Very cold
Wind: Westerly diminishing to 5-10 mph
Sunrise: 7:09:00 AM
Low: Near 6, wind chill value -5 to -15

Tomorrow: Increasing clouds
Not as cold
Wind: Southerly 10-20 mph
Sunset: 7:00:00 PM
High: Mid to upper 30s

Tomorrow Night: Mostly cloudy
Passing flurry or two
Wind: S-SW 10-20mph
Low: Near 30

Saturday: Clouds with sun in and out
Sprinkle or two in some spots
Brisk breeze and milder
Wind: SW 10-20 mph
High: 40-45

Sunday: Colder
Mixed sun and clouds
Wind: NW 10-20 mph
High: Low 30s

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