MU's Current Conditions: (at 10:54) Temp: 40 F | DewPoint: 23 | Wind: NNW - 12 mph
SPECIAL WEATHER DISCUSSION (Updated twice weekly, but more often when storms threaten.)

* Cool, Stormy Start to December - Cool, But Mainly Dry Pattern Ahead *

Monday, December 2, 2019:
It's been a cool, stormy start to December across the nation with accumulating snow across parts of the West, Rockies, Midwest, and Northeast! While it's been mostly cold rain here in Lancaster, more than a half-foot of snow has fallen in parts of northern PA, while in excess of a foot of white stuff has piled up in southcentral NY!

Tonight's coastal low pressure system will drop more snow from the Poconos and northern NJ up into New England. A wrap-around band *might* brush parts of Lancaster this evening, but as things stand now...we'll experience a drying northwest wind and decreasing clouds wind tonight. Tuesday will be partly sunny, windy and cool with highs only in the low 40s. Wednesday will bring more in the way of clouds--and perhaps a stray flurry--as an upper-level system races by.

The second half of the week looks dry and stable with high pressure taking control. Temps will slowly moderate to near 50 on Friday, ahead of a cold front from the North...which will make for a chilly, but dry weekend.

Next week will begin with a warming trend and likely some rain as a warm front lifts through. High temps could hit the 50s on both Monday and Tuesday, before the next cold front moves through Tuesday night. Next Wednesday and Thursday will likely be windy and cold before a possible clipper system arrives around the start of the weekend.

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