Our Winter Storm Warning remains in effect until 7 AM Sunday morning.
Cold air is now in place and our weather system is still moving across the country and headed our way. Much of the day will be dry and no issues are expected outside of the mountains and possibly a little in the foothills.
Temperatures across the Baltimore region are forecast to peak in the lower 30s during the day Sunday, dropping to the upper 20s early Sunday morning.
- The Philadelphia area is slated for a frigid Saturday with light snow on the way. A few spots could drop into the lower 30s which means rain could transition into snow or a wintry mix. There will be periods of light to moderate snowfall, which was expected to develop northeasterly across the area through Saturday, tapering off in the evening hours, officials said.
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Total snowfall of 7 to 9 inches is expected to occur along and south of a Rushville to Lincoln to Danville line, with 5 to 7 inches of snow expected north of this line.
Sunday afternoon will offer more of the same.
Philadelphia and Pittsburgh are only likely to see about 1 to 3 inches of snow. Montgomery County freezing rain amounts between 0.1 and 0.15 inch.
High pressure finally builds back into the region as temperatures climb to near seasonable readings Tuesday.
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