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Tri-State escapes weather forecast

But snow, ice and freezing rain expected Saturday

But snow, ice and freezing rain expected Saturday

December 13, 2007|By ERIN JULIUS

Rain that started early Thursday dropped 0.28 inches of precipitation on the Hagerstown area, an AccuWeather meteorologist said Thursday afternoon.

Today's weather is expected to be mild and clear, with temperatures reaching into the mid-40s, senior meteorologist Bob Smerbeck said.

Snow is expected by Saturday afternoon, with between 1 and 3 inches of accumulation expected, he said.

The snow is expected to turn to ice and freezing rain Saturday night, Smerbeck said.

Snow also is possible Sunday morning, which is expected to be breezy. Only an additional inch or two of accumulation is expected Sunday, Smerbeck said.

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