Winter Weather Advisory issued until 1 pm Saturday

Winter Storm Warning And Advisory For Area Sunday
Another storm expected to impact Arizona

18 February, 2018

We could see some lowland snow - if precipitation arrives during the coldest hours this weekend.

-Winter Storm Watch: Early Friday morning, the National Weather Service issued a Winter Storm Watch for 13 counties in northern and central New Jersey: from Mercer and Middlesex counties northward.

The heaviest snow is expected away from the coast - west of Washington, D.C.; west of Philadelphia; north of New York City; and west of Boston, where 7 inches could accumulate locally.

Snow is expected to start falling in the region between 1-4 p.m. Saturday before changing to a wintry mix.

"Plan on hard travel conditions", the weather service said in a statement. Rain chances surge by sunrise Monday along with the temperatures. New snow and sleet accumulation of 1 to 3 inches possible.

3"-6 " of heavy, wet snow.

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How much snow could be dumped by a storm that's expected to affect the Saucon Valley over the President's Day weekend? Temperatures will be around 30 degrees Saturday morning and though this is below freezing, only isolated icy spots are expect on residual puddles.

The Baltimore-Washington corridor may see light snow accumulation, but mainly rain is now expected.

Sunday will be bright and sunny - and with temperatures in the 40s, things will be melting fast.

Tonight: Mostly cloudy and cooler with a 50 percent chance of light snow. Total daytime snow accumulation of less than one inch possible. It gets even warmer next week, with 60s likely Tuesday and perhaps lasting into Wednesday. The strongest wind gusts will occur across the Waterville Plateau, along and south of I-90 across the Columbia Basin.

The computer model shows the snow will continue to track through fairly rapidly Friday night. We will dry out Saturday night and Sunday will be mostly sunny with highs in the upper 50s.

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