January 15, 2020
Average High: 35
Average Low: 14
We're back to sunsets after 5pm!
Next New Moon:
Next Full Moon:
Scattered rain showers.
Up to 0.1" of rain possible.
Temps warming through the 40's overnight.
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Must join Facebook group to bid.
Great deals on antiques, household tools, paper products, toys, primitive decors, new and gently used items, personal hygiene, outdoor goods, hunting/fishing accessories and our own handmade wax melts!
Drop offs in Lykens and Elizabethville!
You can pick up items, as well, in Valley View.
A mix of sun and clouds as the day progresses. Snow squalls will be possible throughout the day. A quick coating to 1" is possible in these squalls. They may only last 10-15 minutes at a time. However, brief whiteout conditions are possible. Keep in mind, not everyone will see squalls. It's just like "isolated" thunderstorms in the Summer. Some areas may get 1 or 2 squalls while others get absolutely nothing. With that said, be careful traveling. If it looks foggy ahead, it's a squall you're driving into. Temps will fall as the day moves on. By 4pm, mid 30's are likely. Along with the squalls, we'll have very gusty winds.
Wind chills in the single digits.
Windy; especially in the morning.
Becoming mostly cloudy.
Start time for the snow keeps getting pushed back as we get closer to the event. It's looking like a late morning or early afternoon kickoff now. If you have a swim meet Saturday morning, you should be able to get it in before roads become tricky. Periods of snow will last throughout the afternoon and early evening. As layers of the atmosphere up in the sky warm, sleet and freezing rain will fall. Everything wraps up before daybreak Sunday. Snow map is below. No changes in totals since yesterday.
Highs will top out near 30.
Snow, sleet and freezing rain early.
FIRST CALL MAP: SNOW TOTALS
Wind chill: -2 to 3
Wind chill: 0
Wind chill -10
Wind chill: -5
Wind chill: -10
Freezing rain possible.
A few snow showers.