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'Significant Winter Storm' Possible For Maine This Weekend

Most of eastern Pennsylvania is under a winter storm watch from 1 p.m. Saturday through 4 p.m. Sunday. This will likely begin as snow developing Saturday afternoon, then snow possibly heavy at times Saturday night into Sunday. Total snow accumulations of 5 to 8 inches expected. Heavy ice accumulation could cause power failures just as the coldest air of the season comes rushing in behind the storm.

A flash freeze is possible Sunday night with temperatures expected to plummet.

Expect low visibilities due to blowing snow, breezy conditions as well as accumulating snow and snow drifts. The wind will not only lead to snow gusts but also extremely risky windchills into the -20°C to -30°C range. Any mixed precipitation will end as a period of snow Sunday afternoon.

NWS forecasters say precipitation types remain uncertain at this point, but there is "high confidence in a high liquid-equivalent event". After the storm moves through, we will be left with below zero wind chills with a cold high of 15 degrees and drifting flurries.

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Between 3 and 6 inches of snow is possible along the Interstate 29 and Interstate 70 corridors, with the heaviest snowfall between 7 p.m. Friday and 3 a.m. Saturday north of the river. Places along and west of I-81 could pick up a dusting to an inch of snow from this evening through very early tomorrow morning. The wind chills are expected to last all weekend. Prepare for heavy snow in parts of northern Pennsylvania and NY state to western and northern New England.

The one-two punch of storms has the potential to severely snarl travel over the long weekend for Martin Luther King Jr Day.

Western Maryland faces the highest risks of significant ice accumulation. Afternoon temperatures only reach the teens to near 20 degrees under partly sunny to mostly cloudy skies.