Weather Authority: Winter Weather Advisory for ice Sunday morning leads to rainy afternoon

We'll see a glaze of ice causing slick roads, sidewalks, and driveways Sunday morning. 

This will occur in the Poconos, Lehigh Valley, Berks County, and the rest of the Pa. suburbs.  

Central New Jersey will get the ice, including Mercer County, and parts of New Castle County, Delaware will also see some ice.  The farther north you live, the more ice you get.

If you live south of Trenton, Philly, or Wilmington, you won't have any icy weather. It will be dry in the morning before rain arrives in the afternoon.

If you get the ice, we'll warm up enough to switch over to rain late in the afternoon and any ice will melt as we head into the evening.

Rain continues in the evening and into the night, particularly in southern New Jersey and Delaware.

Then, it gets really cold again to start the workweek.

Head's up: we're watching for snow next weekend, potentially on Saturday. 

It's too early to tell if we get it or how much, but all the future radars we use to forecast have started picking up on some snow for us next weekend.  We'll keep you updated.


SUNDAY: Ice to rain.  High: 40.

MONDAY: Partly sunny, cold. High: 34.

TUESDAY: Bitterly cold. High: 26.

WEDNESDAY: Partly sunny.  High: 36.

THURSDAY:  Increasing Clouds.  High: 44.

FRIDAY: Partly Sunny.  High: 42.



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