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Tonight: Cloudy with a couple of flurries and a snow shower; cold. Low: 13

Friday: Clouds breaking for some sunshine and very cold; a lingering flurry early. High: 25

Friday Night: Mainly clear. Low: 0

The period of snow Thursday morning didn't last long, but it was certainly intense in spots. By the time the snow was all said and done most of the region had picked up a quick coating to an inch with parts of southern New Jersey and Delaware seeing a few inches of snow. 

This tonight a few flurries and maybe even a snow shower will be in the area along with cloudy skies. Any one of these could bring a quick coating to the area. Even with the clouds blanketing us, temperatures will still fall into the low double digits by daybreak on Friday.

While a snow shower or flurry is still possible first thing on Friday, most of the day will be dry as the clouds break for some sunshine after a cloudier start. Highs on Friday will only make it into the mid 20s, so yet another chilly day to wrap-up the work week.

This weekend will start out chilly too with highs staying in the 20s on Saturday despite plenty of sunshine. Sunday will be a bit warmer, but by day's end all eyes will turn to our next system which will push snow into the area late Sunday. The precipitation will then continue into Monday morning possibly mixing with or changing over to sleet and rain in spots. We'll continue to monitor the details of that system over the next couple days so stay tuned for the very latest.


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