SHORT TERM FORECAST
We are tracking some very isolated and very spotty freezing rain for your Monday afternoon. This will result in a glaze of ice on roads and sidewalks for the few places that get it in the afternoon.
Highlights will be just below freezing on Monday.
In the evening, just at the end of the rush hour, several places begin to see the icy weather.
Between 18 Monday to kl. 6 will be Tuesday when you want to stay off the roads.
The freezing rain is widespread Monday night and it lasts for hours. So it will be pretty icy Monday night and Tuesday morning.
Some spots like the Philly area and Bucks, Montgomery and Chester counties change to regular rain after noon.
The freezing rain and regular rain ends Tuesday morning during rush hour, but it will still be an icy commute for much of the area because of all the ice we get overnight.
You can track the icy weather with our interactive radar. 69News Weather App sets radar right to your location.
The National Weather Service has many winter weather alarms to give everyone a head start on the widespread icy cold weather Monday night.
Tuesday afternoon we are dry. We even see some sun towards sunset.
The sky is sunny all day Wednesday.
Take advantage of the clearer sky on Wednesday night heading out to see Mars next to the crescent.
On Thursday, an off-road vehicle and a small drone helicopter land on Mars. This will be the first time something flies on Mars, and NASA hopes the rover helps answer once and for all, was there life on Mars? The rover will look for ancient fossils in a dried lake.
At home on Thursday we see more snow in the morning for a few hours. Then it changes to a bit of freezing rain to cause some ice on top of the snow.
Then the freezing rain changes to regular rain on Thursday at noon.
Then we just get rain rain Thursday night and all day on Friday. Temperatures enter the 40s for the first time in two weeks.
But the rain ends with a cold front, so the coming weekend is cold.
Look for sunny skies and altitude in the 30s this coming weekend.
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