National Weather Service has issued a WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY for the area. One low pressure system will track through the Great Lakes keeping the flow pretty mild as it overruns colder air at the surface. Right now it is dry outside but there is the chance overnight for spotty freezing drizzle to develop but it should be on the light side. With that in mind, there could be isolated slippery spots.
Overnight lows will not drop off all that much and hover close to freezing.
SHOWERS POSSIBLE FOR SOME
As the second low develops and moves along the coast, it will bring the best chance for rain to our eastern counties although showers will be possible for the entire area. Latest data shows the heaviest rain staying along the coast and in Eastern PA. We could see light showers up until the early afternoon but again the best chance remains east of Harrisburg and York. I have kept the chance for showers in but I think as we head into the evening it will be dry for Saturday night fun. Highs will be in the low 40s.
Drier for Sunday as high pressure builds in. Clouds will mix with sunshine and temperatures will be milder in the low 40s.
A nice break from the active weather with more sunshine and temperatures in the mid to upper 40s.
Upper level low lifts towards us Tuesday but we look to remain mild so our chances for a wintry mix will be slim. We have the potential to get a good dose of rainfall. We should see most of the moisture lift out by Wednesday but it looks to remain a bit unsettled through the end of the week with the upper level low hovering above. This will likely limit sunshine and keep things a bit colder than average in the upper 30s.
MaryEllen Pann, Chief Meteorologist
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