Strong area of low pressure moving northeastward through the Great Lakes is bringing on a few showers, the big deal will be high winds gusting to 50 MPH this afternoon and tonight. This system will drag a cold front across the state ending our brief warm spell. After record cold last week, we'll be close to record highs today in the mid 60s. The bottom drops out again with lows tonight in the mid 30s and highs Tuesday around 40. We're watching, with great anticipation, a potential storm that may develop along the coast and bring significant snow to the eastern half of the state. At this time, the storm hasn't even formed yet but depending on the track of the developing low pressure system, some snow may back it's way into our area Wednesday afternoon. Nothing is certain at this time, however, if your travel plans take you eastward toward Harrisburg or Philly, you may be dealing with wintry travel, stay tuned. Thanksgiving day looks tranquil with a few flurries and temperatures in the mid and upper 30s.
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