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Coating to an inch of snow possible for most early Saturday

Slightly higher accumulations possible in some locations

Mark S Saturday Forecast

Expect bit of snow overnight and into Saturday morning before quickly coming to an end by midday.

This is another nuisance event for most, with a coating to an inch of snow possible. Slightly higher amounts are possible in some locations, especially in the higher elevations north and west of Allentown, so watch for slick conditions to develop on area roads. 

High temperatures will be into the middle 30s on Saturday, but a westerly breeze will make it feel colder at times. 

Windy and chilly conditions will be featured on Sunday along with rather cloudy skies and a few flurries/heavier snow shower possible as another clipper system passes through. 

We could see a quick coating of snow from this system on Sunday. Temperatures are expected to hold in the middle 30s again.


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