Evening Forecast, Friday December 6, 2013

Mixed showers will turn over to snow before ending early Saturday morning.
Updated: Friday evening, December 6th
Reported by: Meteorologist Steve Newton

Colder air is moving into the region with the next round of precipitation, and the region will see a bit of everything as we go through the overnight hours and into Saturday. It will start as rain along the Turnpike and east of I-99, and a mix turning over to all snow the further north and northwest you live. Going into the late hours and early Saturday morning, the precipitation will turn to all snow. Heaviest accumulations will be along and north of I-80 in the higher elevations, but much of the region will see at least a coating of snow. A Winter Storm Warning has been issued for Elk, Cameron, Clearfield, and Northern Clinton and Centre Counties; and a Winter Weather Advisory has been issued for the rest of the region expiring at 5 a.m. Saturday. A few snow showers will be left over Saturday morning, and it will be breezy with a mix of clouds and sunshine with temperatures in the low to mid 30s. This break will last until midday Sunday when the next round of snow showers will arrive and lasting into early Monday morning. As the next system moves through, it will turn over to a wintry mix with some ice or freezing rain. The system won’t last throughout all of Monday and temperatures will get into the mid and upper 30s. Behind that system another round of cold air will move into the region, with high temperatures for the middle of next week in the mid to upper 20s.
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