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Tonight: Cloudy with a little snow; a coating to an inch or so by dawn. Low: 26

Friday: A period of snow early; increasingly windy with clouds and breaks of sun (temps fall PM). High: 33 

Friday Night: Turning out clear, windy and much colder. Low: 5

As a clipper system moves in from the west look for some snow to overspread the area this evening. The snow will then last through the overnight and into Friday morning before tapering to isolated flurries. Most locations will pick up an inch or so of snow (with two or three inches possible in the Poconos and some higher elevations) and most of that will fall tonight. Slick conditions can occur later tonight and early Friday in some locations, so be on the lookout. Aside from the morning snow Friday will feature falling temperatures (highs in the low 30s, but afternoon temps fall into the 20s), increasing winds and skies that start to clear in the afternoon. This will set the region up for a sunny, but cold and windy Saturday with highs only reach the lower and middle 20s and feel like temps staying in the teens and single digits. We're still keeping our eyes on a storm late Sunday into Monday, but the trend over the last 24 hours has been to take it farther south. Either way we'll keep you posted on what we expect over the next couple days.


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