Brrr ... don't put those sweaters and fuzzy socks away yet.
Unseasonably cold weather arrived Saturday morning, including morning temperatures that were freezing in Philadelphia's suburbs this weekend. There was also a wintry mix and snow flurries in Bucks County, Lehigh Valley and the Poconos.
Saturday was a winter-like day with highs not even reaching 50 degrees. The lows broke records in Reading and Mount Pocono, where temperatures dropped to 32 degrees and 22 degrees, respectively.
Temperatures will rise for Mother's Day, but it'll still be cold.
"It is not going to feel like Mother's Day, that is for sure. It's going to feel almost like winter out there," NBC10 First Alert Meteorologist Glenn "Hurricane" Schwartz said.
Here's what to expect through the Mother's Day weekend:
SAT: A winter-like day. Cold gusty wind, 40 to 50 mph. A chance of brief rain and snow showers. High 49
SUN: Cold morning, then partly sunny & breezy. High 63