For Saturday into Sunday, heavy snow expected, especially above 3000 feet.
The high end totals of the storm could bring as much as eight inches of snow to Mount Pocono.
Other highways around Great Falls, and east through Havre are also being hit with strong winds and blowing and drifting snow, as well as some heavy snowfall. Anyone with plans on Saturday evening should expect hard travel conditions with significant reductions in visibility.
The snow won't last long, as temperatures for Sunday, February 18 are expected to rise to about 50 degrees.
The National Weather Service (NWS) issued a winter storm watch for Nassau and Suffolk counties 7 p.m. Saturday through 7 a.m. Sunday. The snow will continue throughout the evening and into the night before it could eventually mix with some sleet and rain.More news: Everton up to ninth with easy win over Palace
There will be several chances of snow showers as we head into the weekend and early next week.
Monday and Tuesday mornings are expected to be the coldest with lows nearing -30° in some locations.
Spokane, Washington, yesterday got 7 to 10 inches of snow, enough to make it the city's snowiest Valentine's Day ever. "Snow amounts in the Philly area and along the I-95 corridor are likely to be in the 2-4" range.
Temperatures will nosedive late Saturday thanks to a cold front moving in from Canada.