A clipper system will through today giving us a chance for a mix of a bit of snow and rain. The precipitation should be light, but with cold air in place, snow is certainly possible, and some areas may see a bit of accumulation. It should only stick mainly on grassy areas, but some untreated areas could become coated so be aware if traveling today. This system should move out of the area by evening.
Here is the NWS Hazardous Weather Outlook (HWO) for today:
LIGHT SNOW OCCURRING LATER THIS MORNING AND ESPECIALLY THIS AFTERNOON MAY CAUSE A FEW SLIPPERY STRETCHES OF UNTREATED PAVEMENTS ACROSS THE HIGHER TERRAIN OF EAST CENTRAL AND NORTHEAST PENNSYLVANIA AS WELL AS ELEVATED TERRAIN OF NORTHWEST NEW JERSEY.
On Monday, a larger system is expected to affect the Easton area with mainly rain, but some accumulating snow and even a mix of wintry precipitation is possible, mainly in the Poconos and the higher terrains of the Lehigh Valley and western New Jersey. Up to an inch of liquid could be possible, so any effects on the local streams and rivers will be monitored later. Expect this system to last into Tuesday morning, followed by windy conditions.
Here is the HWO for Monday:
SNOW IS EXPECTED TO DEVELOP MONDAY...CHANGING TO RAIN FROM SOUTH TO NORTH LATE IN THE DAY OR AT NIGHT. THERE MAY BE A PERIOD OF FREEZING RAIN....ESPECIALLY THE POCONOS AND FAR NORTHWEST NEW JERSEY MONDAY NIGHT. PLOWABLE AMOUNTS OF SNOW ARE POSSIBLE IN THE POCONOS WITH SLIPPERY PAVEMENTS POSSIBLE IN OTHER HILLY AREAS OF EASTERN PENNSYLVANIA AND NORTHWEST NEW JERSEY.