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Weather To Turn Very Cold

November 17th, 2014 by WCBC Radio

From the National Weather Service's Forecast Discussion:

WINDS WILL SHIFT INTO THE WEST TO NORTHWEST AND BECOME BREEZY LATE THIS AFTERNOON INTO TONIGHT. WIND GUSTS AT  HIGHER ELEVATIONS COULD REACH 40 MPH. TEMPERATURES WILL ALSO FALL RAPIDLY AS AN ARCTIC AIRMASS BUILDS INTO THE MIDDLE ATLANTIC REGION.
 
COLD AIR ADVECTION WILL CAUSE AN UPTICK IN SNOW SHOWER ACTIVITY OVER THE POTOMAC HIGHLANDS WITH AN INCH...POSSIBLY UP TO TWO EXPECTED.  OVERNIGHT LOWS WILL DIP BACK INTO THE TEENS ACROSS THE HIGHLANDS
WITH 20S MOST ELSEWHERE. TEMPERATURES WILL BE SLIGHTLY WARMER IN THE DC/BALTIMORE METRO AREAS WITH LOWS AROUND FREEZING. GUSTY NORTHWEST WINDS WILL CREATE COLD WIND CHILLS WITH VALUES NEAR ZERO OR SLIGHTLY
BELOW OVER THE HIGHLANDS...SINGLE DIGITS TO TEENS ACROSS THE I-81 CORRIDOR...LOWER TO MID 20S ELSEWHERE.

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