Additionally, there is a lot of ice on the state's streams and rivers due to our recent 2 week long deep freeze. Some of the storms could produce heavy rainfall. Ice accumulations of one tenth to around a quarter of an inch are possible, the service said. Saturday night has increasing clouds with a low of around minus 1. This is expected to cause localized flooding with water covered roads, especially in low lying and poor drainage areas.
Once temperatures drop below 32°, the wintry mix will turn into snow showers.
Saturday, the concern shifts from heavy rain early in the morning to icy conditions by later in the morning.
Central Pennsylvania is now in the middle of a flood watch and will begin a winter weather advisory tonight. There's a chance of light snow on Sunday afternoon, through Monday. Wind chill values between zero and 5. North wind 13 to 15 miles per hour.More news: Border Wall Must Be Part of DACA Deal
There is a high likelihood of significant urban street flooding, most notably where storm drains remain clogged. Light and variable wind becoming south southwest around 6 miles per hour in the morning.
Sunday: A 20 percent chance of snow before noon. Some areas may have double-digit snowfall accumulations. Mostly cloudy, with a high near 35.
Thursday is expected to be partly sunny, windy and cold with morning lows in the teens and highs only in the 20s.
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The temperature at 7 a.m.at the St. Clair County International Airport in Kimball Township was 34 degrees.
In Coos County and northern Grafton County, rain will change to freezing rain by midnight. You can see this slug of warm air clearly on the temperature map. The longest deep freeze on record lasted 19 days and that was in December 1989!
Get ready for a 43-degree swing in temperatures.
Temperatures are likely to be mild in the high 40s and 50s during the day through Saturday. Saturday will bring temperatures down to 65 degrees and mostly sunny skies.More news: Expedia (NASDAQ:EXPE) Raised to "Buy" at Bank of America