First snow of 2022 arrives in NEPA

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EYEWITNESS NEWS (WBRE/WYOU) — Many people in the area are waking up to snow-covered grounds as a system continues to push through the area.

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A lot of the snow came in overnight and early Friday morning it is already tapering off, especially out towards central Pennsylvania. Lake effect flurries will continue through the morning.

The rest of Friday will turn out windy and cold. Temperatures will hold near 30 for the better part of the day. A few flurries and snow showers will fly, too.

Saturday will be sunny, but cold. Morning temperatures will range between 5 and 15. Afternoon highs should reach the upper 20s and lower 30s.

Another round of winter weather will be here on Sunday. This time, it’ll be a wintry mix of light snow, sleet and plain rain. Temperatures will reach the lower and middle 30s on Sunday. If you are traveling, give yourself some extra time.

Snow showers are in the forecast on Monday with highs near 30. By Tuesday, there should be more sun but it’ll be much colder. Highs will be closer to 20. Temperatures will moderate Wednesday and Thursday.

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