What you need to know about this weekend’s weather in Pennsylvania

EYEWITNESS NEWS WEATHER (WBRE/WYOU) — Cold temperatures are here in northeastern Pennsylvania. A cold front will cross the state by Friday into the weekend. However, by next week, some areas will be in the 40s.

A cold front continues to move through Pennsylvania with flurries. Although this is a minor event, it will create smooth moves.

Buildup will be one inch liner, locally 2″. Arctic air sets in Friday night as lows drop into the teens and single digits.

Wind chill advisories are in effect Friday night through Saturday as wind chill readings range from 15 to 25 below zero.

The coastal storm will move north and bring light snowfall to eastern AP. Poconos, especially Pike and Monroe counties.

The snow period will be from Friday evening to Saturday morning, decreasing in the afternoon.

In eastern AP, especially east of I-81, snow accumulations will range from a patch to 2″, isolated higher amounts. West of I-81, many areas remain dry.

Winds will become gusty as the storm continues northward. With windy conditions and single-digit temperatures on Saturday evening, the wind chill will again be below zero.

After a chilly weekend, temperatures will moderate mid next week with highs approaching the 40s and 50s.

You can stay on top of all the latest weather alerts and track the storm using the Eyewitness interactive radar.

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