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Light Snow, Then Bitter Cold to Hit Area

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    Snow is expected to move into parts of our area Thursday afternoon. Meteorologist Bill Henley is tracking the scattered showers and the bitter blast that will move following the snow. (Published Thursday, Feb. 12, 2015)

    Get ready to bundle up over the next few days. We’re in for bitter cold with wind chills below zero.

    Before the cold, a system will bring in light snow Thursday. We should see very little accumulation, if any at all, as well as temperatures in the mid to upper 30’s. After the snow clears out Thursday night, the deep freeze begins. By the time you wake up Friday, frigid wind chills will make temperatures feel like below zero in most parts of the region.

    Wind Chill Temperatures by 7 a.m. Friday

    Philadelphia: -5 degrees

    Wilmington: -4 degrees

    Dover: 0 degrees

    Allentown: -10 degrees

    Doylestown: -7 degrees

    Pottstown: -8 degrees

    Reading: -8 degrees

    Cape May: 3 degrees

    Atlantic City: -2 degrees

    Toms River: -5 degrees

    Things won't get much better throughout the day with temperatures in the low 20's and wind chills in the teens and single digits.

    Wind Chill Temperatures by 2 p.m. Friday

     

    Philadelphia: 12 degrees

    Wilmington: 13 degrees

    Dover: 14 degrees

    Allentown: 5 degrees

    Doylestown: 8 degrees

    Pottstown: 8 degrees

    Reading: 8 degrees

    Cape May: 12 degrees

    Atlantic City: 12 degrees

    Toms River: 10 degrees

    We won’t see much of a warmup Saturday with temperatures in the 20’s as well as a chance of snow overnight into Sunday.

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