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7:00 AM | **Arctic blast number one arrives late tomorrow with snow showers...another blast - perhaps the coldest yet - arrives by Saturday night**

Paul Dorian

6-Day Forecast


Mostly sunny, cold, highs in the low-to-mid 30’s


Mostly cloudy, cold, lows in the lower 20’s


Mostly cloudy, becoming breezy, cold, snow showers during the mid-day and afternoon, coating to an inch possible, mid 30’s

Thursday Night

Snow showers ending early, windy and brutally cold, lows in the upper single digits with below zero wind chills


Mostly sunny, windy, bitter cold, upper teens for highs with much lower wind chills


Increasing clouds, becoming breezy, cold, snow showers late in the day and at night and perhaps even a period of steadier snow, near 30 degrees; brutally cold overnight


Perhaps the coldest day of the winter so far…partly sunny, windy, bitter cold with dangerous wind chills well below zero, highs only reaching the middle teens


Mostly sunny, breezy, still bitterly cold, near 20 degrees


A vigorous Arctic cold front is headed our way and it is likely to generate snow showers during the mid-day and afternoon hours on Thursday along with increasing winds. There can even be a burst of heavier snow with a quick coating to an inch possible in the area by early tomorrow night. Temperatures by early Friday morning will likely bottom out in the upper single digits in many of the N and W suburbs of the Philly metro region. Before that late week Arctic air mass even has a chance to modify, another blast will be fast-approaching right on its heels. By late Saturday, a clipper system and its associated powerful Arctic front will be dropping southeastward across the Great Lakes and it is likely to generate increasing winds and snow showers around here from later Saturday into early Sunday and there can even be a period of steadier snow. The Arctic invasion that arrives here by Sunday morning will likely be the coldest of the season so far for much of the eastern US from Maine to Florida. Sunday is likely to be the coldest day here so far this winter with dangerous wind chills. The bitter cold will continue into early next week and accumulating snow is quite possible here from Tuesday into Wednesday of next week.