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17Feb2011LongRange

Forecast Updated 18 Feb 1pm EST
 
Temperatures will still remain warm through most of the weekend, with warm air still coming in from the south. Winds will begin to pick up again by Sunday, with cloudy skies. Expect a brief chance for showers moving in on Sunday, especially during the afternoon and into the evening hours with warm air advection still in place.   
 
 
 
 
 
A cold front will move through the area Monday-Monday night, bringing much cooler temperatures through the beginning of next week. Precipitation in the form of rain will also occur as the cold front moves in. On the back side of the front, the chance for snow showers is likely as the temperatures will drop quickly and there is still some good forcing for precipitation lingering into Tuesday morning.
 
 
 
 Todays long range forecast graphics were produced by Kate Demchak
 
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