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By: cws6196 , 6:58 PM GMT on January 26, 2014
Winter continues and so does the cold and snow. We will have a "warm up" Monday (that's a relative term) but the temps plummet on Tuesday and remain in the teens and low twenties the rest of the week. Wind chill advisories may be needed later in the week.
There is a chance for light snow flurries later today into the early evening, but only a dusting. Monday afternoon we could see some light snow flurries, but only a dusting or so. The storm I was watching for Sunday into Monday will probably not impact MD as it stays to our north. I was looking for a southward pull from the storm, but that does not appear to be happening.
I'm still watching a possibility for snow Tuesday into Wednesday, although the official NWS forecast calls for nothing. The issue is a low forming off of the SC/GA coast, forecast to move NNE away from the coast. This will bring mixed precip and snow to VA south but should be too far off the coast to effect us. I don't want to yet say anything definitive until I see the movement of the low. If the low moves closer to the coast then we will see snow midweek. I'm keeping an eye on it.
Our next chance for snow is this weekend, but that time frame is too far away for any certainty, especially with the models not yet in agreement. I do feel there will be snow, but the details will have to wait a couple days.
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