Weather: Cold, wet and windy weekend

Violet Powell
November 19, 2017

There could be a rain or snow shower in the Poconos, but most of the day remains dry as the bulk of the rain from the cold front that moved through heads out to sea. With the clouds clearing, that will allow temperatures to quickly fall.

Besides the cool temperatures there will be a stiff northerly breeze between 10-20 miles per hour adding an extra chill to the air making it feel like the 50s all day. We can't rule out a few snowflakes mixing in as temperatures begin to cool.

Temperatures stay pretty seasonal, for the most part, the upcoming work week with daily sunshine.

The forecast calls for 1 to 2 inches of snow Sunday afternoon with another 1 to 3 inches possible Sunday night. By Monday, high will only reach the 40s!

Early on Sunday morning, it will be windy with showers and a few embedded downpours possible. West southwest wind around 10 miles per hour. It'll be partly cloudy at night with isolated snow showers in the evening and lows of 12 to 20 degrees. Friday's high is in the upper 60s, while Saturday and Sunday have highs back in the mid 70s.

Through the rest of tonight, we will have skies clearing with rain chances going down.

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WEDNESDAY NIGHT: Mostly clear skies and cold temperatures continue, with a low of 24 degrees.

Tuesday, Nov. 21 - Mostly sunny, with a high near 84.

Mostly clear, with a low around 15. It's a cloudy but dry start to the day. We'll stay sunny and breezy into Tuesday, but a cold front will bring some slightly cooler weather with it by then.

Friday: Scattered showers. Partly sunny, with a high near 50. It'll be partly cloudy at night with lows of 11 to 19 degrees.

Wednesday, it will be sunny with a high near 45, the weather service said.

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