TONIGHT: Periods of snow will continue across much of the region, although the intensity and rate of accumulation will slacken off. Travel will probably still be difficult. The low is 32.
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Snowfall totals: Our far western counties can expect 12 to 18″ (mainly north of the PA Turnpike), the I-95 corridor will likely see 8-12″, South Jersey 4-8″ and coastal areas 1-4″ (washed away by rain).TUESDAY: Clouds will still be circulating through the region around our slowly departing storm and lingering snow showers and flurries are also likely, but little additional accumulation is expected. It will also be breezy and cold with a high of just 35 and wind chills in the 20s.
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WEDNESDAY: Clouds will mix with some sun. It’s still till breezy and cold. The high is 36.THURSDAY: Look for partly to mostly sunny skies with a high of 38. It probably won’t be quite as breezy.
FRIDAY: Mostly cloudy return. It’s more seasonable with a high of 42. Rain is possible late in the day and at night.
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SATURDAY: This is a cloudy day with rain possible. The high is 39.
SUNDAY: Sun mixes with clouds. The high is a chilly 37. A shower is possible at night.
MONDAY: Clouds mix with occasional sun. It’s windy and colder with a high of only 26. A snow shower can’t be ruled out.
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