New Year’s Day Weather: Rain and ice to ring in 2021

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EYEWITNESS WEATHER (WBRE/WYOU-TV) — An area of low pressure will continue to bring an icy/wintry mix to Northeastern and Central Pennsylvania this afternoon and continuing into tonight. Untreated surfaces will be slick, so drivers will want to allow some extra time on the roads. Some locations may even see some snow mixing in, but any accumulation will be under an inch.

As temperatures slowly rise overnight, the icy mix will eventually turn into rain. Saturday morning, temperatures will be nearing 40 degrees. We will be left with a few lingering rain showers before drying out for the afternoon.

The Eyewitness Weather team is monitoring another round of wintry weather for Sunday, which could cause some more icy spots. You’ll want to keep checking back for the latest forecast throughout this weekend!

And don’t forget, you can track the wintry mix with Eyewitness Weather Interactive Radar.

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