PHILADELPHIA (WPVI) --TODAY: Clouds will grow thicker during the morning with rain arriving from the southwest during the afternoon. In the Poconos, we'll see snow. The high is 48.
WINTER WEATHER ADVISORY: This is in effect in the Poconos, beginning at 4 p.m. until 6 a.m. Wednesday with 1-3" of snow expected.
TONIGHT: Rain continues, steady at times, with snow in the Poconos. Some flakes can't be ruled-out in the Lehigh Valley at times. The low is 43.
WEDNESDAY: We start off with a few spotty, lingering showers in the early morning. Otherwise, clouds hang tough for most of the day with some sunny breaks possible later in the day. The high climbs to 52.
THURSDAY: Mostly cloudy skies are likely with a spotty shower or sprinkle possible at times, especially during the afternoon. Colder air begins to draw closer to the region. Our high only reaches around 45.
FRIDAY: Our coldest air mass of the season arrives, along with a gusty northwest wind. Early sunshine will give way to increasing clouds. The high is only 39, but with the blustery winds, it will feel like the 20s.
SATURDAY: We expect plenty of sunshine, but it will still be brisk and rather bitter with wind chills in the 20's again. The high is 38.
SUNDAY: Sun gives way to increasing clouds. The high is still chilly: 42.
MONDAY: Some early mixed precipitation is possible in parts of the area before a relatively quick change to rain. For others, it's all rain. Overall, look for a cloudy, somewhat rainy day with a high of 48.
TUESDAY: It's cloudy. Rain is still possible. The high is 50.
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