PHILADELPHIA - The winter storm has moved out but the cold temperatures will stick around for the weekend.
The region will have two days of much-needed sunshine. Temperatures will remain bitterly cold on both Saturday and Sunday. We will be dipping into the 20s overnight Saturday, which poses a risk for a refreeze on untreated surfaces.
We're still dealing with icy conditions throughout the region so watch your step if you do go out.
Temperatures won’t climb above freezing for your Saturday. Blustery wind gusts will make it feel as though it's only in the 20s.
Sunday offers a little relief with a high of 37.
Some more precipitation will move into the region on Monday and temperatures will rise into the 40s. Another storm system will bring snowfall before changeover makes for rain.
Monday's storm system could see an inch or so of snow accumulation before the rain arrives.
The warming trend will continue through the week with 50-degree temperatures slated for Wednesday and Thursday.
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