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Light snow will continue this evening, as temperatures start to fall quickly with cold air moving in. Some areas could see up to an inch or more this evening, with the highest amounts expected in the Poconos. After dropping to near single digits overnight, winds will start to pick back up Saturday morning as the coastal low strengthens. Snow will be falling in the morning, but as the day struggles to warm and the low moves further north, we will see the snow taper off. The highest snow totals will be further east, with drier conditions expected across central Pennsylvania. The Poconos may see 2-3″ of snowfall, with higher amounts as you move towards New Jersey. A wind chill advisory will be in effect for some of NEPA during the morning, with wind chills 15 degrees below zero. The highest winds will be late in the afternoon and into the evening as the skies start to clear up.


A few flurries will be possible Sunday as leftover moisture and lake effect snow continue alongside the cold lows near 10 degrees. A slow warming trend will begin Monday, with some sunshine starting to warm up the region above freezing. Drier weather will be sticking around for Monday and Tuesday, with highs climbing back to the upper 30s. 


Wednesday will bring back rain chances as highs could reach mid 40s for the first time in two weeks. Warm temperatures will be around for the tail end of the week, with showers likely on Thursday as another cold front moves in. More snow and winter weather will return heading into the weekend. 

Have a great weekend!

–Meteorologist Thomas Battle

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