Snow, sleet, freezing rain possible tonight
Updated On: Feb 22 2013 04:06:49 PM CST
*** Freezing Rain Advisory from 10 p.m. Friday until 10 a.m. Saturday for the Berks/Lehigh Valley and Bucks/Montgomery regions. A Freezing Rain Advisory in effect for Carbon, Monroe and Warren counties from 10 p.m. Friday until noon Saturday. ***
What was once a potent, powerful storm is curling toward the Great Lakes.
An area of moisture (very small, broken and moisture starved) will bring a bit of snow or flurries, perhaps a bit of drizzle.
Then, there could be a period where we don't see much activity.
From 10 p.m. Friday into early Saturday morning, we expect some light freezing drizzle that could bring icy conditions in spots.
Temperatures are expected to be near or just below freezing, so ice could easily develop, especially on untreated surfaces.
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As temperatures rise a bit on Saturday, we expect some intermittent rain and drizzle around. In the Poconos, a wintry mix can continue through much of the day on Saturday with a small accumulation possible.
Plenty of clouds will be around on Sunday, and it will be windy with drier air moving in.
Link: Hour-by-hour forecasts
Link: Interactive radar
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