Temperature drop today, first snow may be seen Monday and Tuesday night

Wet weather, accompanied by a drop back into more seasonal temperatures in the 40s during the day, is greeting Allegany County and surrounding areas this morning, with potential for snow showers Monday and Tuesday nights, into Wednesday, in the forecast.

There is expected to be little to no snow accumulation as unsettled weather brings precipitation through the middle of the week.

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