We're looking good today with a mix of sun and clouds, along with a few flurries expected through the afternoon. High temperatures will eventually make it into the upper 20s and low 30s. We'll keep things nice and dry today; however, more SNOW is on the way tomorrow afternoon, evening and overnight. Temperatures tonight should fall into the upper teens to around 20°F.

Sunday morning looks good if you plan on heading out to breakfast with your friends and family. Around lunch time is when we're expecting snow to move in from south to north. Eventually that southerly flow will act to "warm" temperatures just above freezing south of I-76. With temperatures a little warmer than freezing south of I-76, we're looking for a sleet, rain and snow mix. North of I-76, we're anticipating sub-freezing temperatures meaning more snow showers are expected along the North Coast. Generally speaking 1 to 3" of snow is expected with a few pockets in our primary snowbelt picking up closer to 4" by overnight Sunday into early Monday morning.

If you're not a fan of snow, not to worry. 40s are back in our forecast by Thursday and Friday!

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►EXTENDED FORECAST | 7-day outlook

SATURDAY | Partly cloudy and quiet. Seasonably cold. | Near 30

SUNDAY | Increasing clouds with snow developing. Wintry mix possible south. Few inches likely. | Low 30s

MONDAY | Leftover snow showers, otherwise mostly cloudy and cold. | Near 30

TUESDAY | Increasing clouds and seasonably cold. | Mid 30s

WEDNESDAY | Wintry mix to rain. | Near 40

THURSDAY | Cloudy with rain/snow possible. Breezy. | Upper 30s

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