Winter Weather Advisory: Freezing Rain Possible

Winter Weather Advisory: Freezing Rain Possible

We'll see the snow exit near the sunrise with lows in the lower teens. Better weather moves in after that to start next week. While dry air is still present, it's only 5,000 feet deep and will quickly become saturated as we head into Saturday evening. "The potential is there fore more significant snowfall accumulations". Stay tuned to KNIA/KRLS for the latest winter weather information. However, some surfaces may glaze over with the freezing rain and freezing drizzle threat. With recent treatment of the roads and warm ground temperatures, overnight will likely remain unscathed.

Forecasters say snow is expected with total accumulations of three to five inches. Far northern areas will see mainly snow.

A winter weather advisory will be in place thru noon, Sunday.

Snow continues to fall in northwest in, while freezing rain and sleet is forecast for northeast in, along with light snow.

If it can be helped, it'll probably be best to stick to an indoors-only agenda this weekend.

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TONIGHT: A wintry mix, at times, of rain/drizzle, freezing rain/drizzle and sleet. The rain will turn to snow in the even, with temps dipping to around 19 degrees. The heaviest rain looks set to hit southeastern Pennsylvania, parts of New Jersey and in northeast Maryland and northern DE, the weather service said on Saturday.

Saturday night - A chance of snow and freezing drizzle before 10 p.m., then a chance of snow.

Aside from some passing snow showers in northwestern New Jersey on Friday, "it doesn't look like there will be any snow this weekend", he noted.

Saturday: 20 percent chance of rain before noon, otherwise cloudy, high of 68 and south winds moving 5 miles per hour becoming east southeast in the afternoon; 20 percent chance of rain, mostly cloudy, low of 39 and north winds moving 5 to 10 miles per hour at night.