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Last updated: January 13. 2014 8:33AM -
By - tkellar@civitasmedia.com



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It was quiet this morning in the Wyoming Valley.


Temperatures hovered in the upper 20s to lower 30s. A few lingering clouds did little to shield the sunrise.


Monday looks to be a quiet day after a soggy weekend. The National Weather Service predicts mostly sunny skies today. with a high in the upper 40s. Rain is expected to return after midnight tonight, with less than a tenth of an inch expected. Tonight’s low will drop to the mid 30s.


Rain and snow is expected early tomorrow, with a chance of rain throughout the remainder of the day. Little to no new snow accumulation is expected, and highs will once again reach the mid 40s. Temperatures will dip to the lower 30s tomorrow night, and snow and rain showers are possible. Less than a tenth of an inch of snow is expected.


A slight chance of snow showers is expected on Wednesday and Wednesday night, with a high near 40 and the low dropping to the mid 20s. No accumulation predictions have been listed.


Temperatures will hover between the mid 30s and upper 20s from Thursday through Sunday. Mostly sunny to mostly cloudy skies are expected, with no accumulation predicted.


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