INCREASING CLOUDS, ANOTHER COLD NIGHT:
This evening will be fairly quiet with an increase in clouds. It won't be as cold as last night but temperatures will still dip into the upper teens.
NEXT WEATHER MAKER:
Clouds will be on the increase Monday ahead of our next weather maker. Expect some snow to arrive late Monday evening and continue through Tuesday. Right now, the precipitation looks to fall predominantly in the form of snow, but a wintry mix is possible, especially along and south of I-80. By Tuesday night, several inches will be possible with the heaviest amounts over the western counties where some spots may see up to 5". Further east, especially along and east of I-81, 1 to 3 inches can be expected on average. While this will not be a blockbuster for us in terms of snowfall totals, it will likely be disruptive, especially for the Tuesday morning commute. Another storm system may bring another round of snow late in the work week. Right now, the bulk of that system looks like it will remain south of northeast PA.
FOX 56 WEATHER AUTHORITY FORECAST:
Tonight: Mostly cloudy, not as cold – Low 18
Tomorrow: Increasing clouds, not as cold – High 34
Tomorrow Night: Cloudy with light snow developing – Low 24
Tuesday: Cloudy with light snow, mixing with sleet south – High 32
-Meteorologist Ed Russo
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