Wednesday, November 15, 2006

Weather Forecast

Garrett County looks to get quite a bit of rain over the next 24 hours. A developing low over the south is moving northward and will pass to our west sometime tomorrow. Had this been December or if any cold air were tapped this could have been a snowstorm. As the low passes to our north and stalls it will wrap around colder air and may provide some lake effect snow showers Friday and the rest of the weekend. The weekend looks to be seasonably chilly with highs in the upper 30's and a chance at snow showers. There is a chance at another minor snow event early next week, however temps look to rebound going into Wednesday and Thanksgiving.

Garrett County Forecast:
  • Thursday - High in the upper 50's, heavy rain most of the day
  • Thursday Night - turning cooler, low in the upper 30's, drizzle
  • Friday - High in the upper 30's, chance of rain/snow showers
  • Friday Night - Low near 30, scattered snow showers
  • Saturday - High in the mid 30's, scattered snow showers
  • Saturday Night - Low mid 20's, snow showers likely
  • Sunday - High in the mid 30's, snow showers likely

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