PHILADELPHIA (FOX 29) - The brutal cold moved in Wednesday with temperatures in the teens and single digits. A number of area schools have announced closings and delays for Thursday.
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Winds out of the west and northwest will gust as high as 40-50 mph.
Snow squalls moved into the area with cold winds blowing bursts of show throughout the area.
WEATHER ALERTS: Watches, warnings, advisories by county
WIND ADVISORY. A blustery day ahead, as winds out of the West Northwest gust as high as 40 to 50 mph. That, of course, makes it feel even colder than it is. Hold on to that steering wheel!! pic.twitter.com/4WAF1p45n4— Sue Serio (@SueSerioFox29) January 30, 2019
Snow Squalls! Cold winds will blow bursts of snow through our area today. A squall can come upon you quickly, so take care when you're driving around today. pic.twitter.com/4z76PFaQfs— Sue Serio (@SueSerioFox29) January 30, 2019
On Thursday morning, the area will see the coldest temperatures so far this winter. Temperatures in Allentown will feel like -16 degrees, and it will feel like -8 degrees in Philadelphia.
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WEDNESDAY: Windy with chance of snow squalls. Low: 5 High: 33
THURSDAY: Sunny. Low: 13 High: 21
FRIDAY: Snow showers developing in the afternoon. Low: 15 High: 25
SATURDAY: Mix of sun and clouds. Low: 26 High: 37
SATURDAY: Partly cloudy. Low: 32 High: 48