A winter storm is developing and will effect the entire eastern third of the country Christmas Eve and Christmas Day. The storm's influence begins today with increasingly cloudy skies. Spotty freezing drizzle is possible around sunset and early tonight as temperatures drop into the low 30s. A surge of warm moist air will rush northward Tuesday and bring temperatures into the middle 40s with scattered showers. Rain may become steady and perhaps heavy at times Christmas Eve Day with temperatures reaching 50 degrees, don't be surprised if some thunder is heard. The uncertainty of the storm concerns it's impact Christmas morning. High winds, snow showers and Squalls are likely, accumulations are likely across the Laurel Highlands and northern mountains.
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