Today: A few flurries around, mainly this morning, otherwise; mostly cloudy. High: 38
Tonight: Mostly cloudy. Low: 20
Thursday: Brisk, turning colder with a few clouds; a snow shower. High: 28 Low: 9
Yesterday most of the area received snow totals around 2 - 4 inches. Some areas (south and west) saw heavier snow bands that resulted in 4 - 8 inches of snow (including Schuylkill, Chester and Berks counties). And there's still a few snow flurries around this morning. So look out for slick roads and even some snow covered roads this morning.
Today will be our last day managing to get above freezing until next week! Highs today in the upper 30s then dropping down through the rest of the week. Breezy or windy at times conditions will make it feel even colder. There will be instability in the atmosphere today, tomorrow and Friday as this upper level trough (cold air above us) slowly slides away from the region. As a result, flurries or a few snow showers are possible with little or no accumulation likely.
The coldest air of the season will be arriving this weekend with temperatures well below normal with high temperatures in the teens and low temperatures close to zero or below. And both days will be accompanied by a breezy giving us wind chills well below 0! Otherwise, a flurry or two is possible Saturday, but besides that the weekend will be dry with plenty of sunshine.