Breaks of sunshine will develop during the day Saturday, with an afternoon high temperature of 22 degrees. Sleet and freezing rain, plus temperatures quickly dropping below freezing will bring widespread icy conditions.
The Topeka office of the National Weather Service is predicting highs in the lower 20s for Friday, with wind chill readings as low as minus 8 degrees.
Saturday Night: Partly cloudy, with a low around 13. At night, there was to be a low of around 35 degrees.
For Jan. 15, a record high of 73 degrees was set previous year and the record low of 20 degrees was set in 1988.
TUESDAY: Cloudy with snow/rain/mix developing (more likely late and at night).
DAY: Mostly sunny, with a high near 28.
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The precipitation falling across the suddenly balmy Philadelphia region on Friday will likely end before temperatures plummet on Saturday morning, so no snow on Gameday, but there is a potential for snow accumulation on Tuesday or Wednesday. Temperatures will fall into the lower 30s and below freezing early tonight, with a transition to all snow overnight.
The watch is in effect from Thursday night through Saturday night.
"It's more like a lack of cold", Masters said. Be prepared for heavy rain into the evening commute as highs soar into the mid to upper 50s. Next chance for snow? There's nearly no doubt we're going to have some street and basement flooding.
An AccuWeather projection shows a high of 24 with a low of zero for today, as snow tapers off with north-northwest winds gusting 19 miles per hour.
Saturday: A 50 percent chance of rain, mainly before 9 a.m.
After that, however, it's back to below-freezing temperatures.
THURSDAY: Partly cloudy skies develop, with a high temperature of 28 degrees.