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Quick-Moving Snow Slicks Roads

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    NBC10 First Alert meteorologist Sheena Parveen says light snow showers Thursday night may create icy spots by Friday's morning commute. (Published Friday, Jan. 30, 2015)

    Quick-moving snow will drop little more than a dusting in the Philadelphia area, but will cause slickness on roadways.

    Light snow showers are expected to move overnight leaving a dusting along the I-95 corridor, an inch in the Lehigh Valley and 2 to 3" in the Poconos, said NBC10 First Alert Meteorologist Sheena Parveen.

    The snow will stick to untreated surfaces and make roads slippery for Friday's morning commute, said Sheena.

    Friday morning will be cold, but not nearly as cold as Friday evening and overnight when strong wind gusts will make it feel like 10 degrees by 5 p.m., and -10 on Saturday morning.

    In the Poconos, it'll feel like -20.

    Following the arctic blast, is another possibility of snow Sunday night into Monday. Depending on its track, some areas could significant snow.