A fast-moving Arctic front is moving through this afternoon and early evening with a band of snow.
We are not looking at a major snow event here, however it looks like enough to produce some slick roadways and make for some difficult travel for your Saturday afternoon and early evening plans.
Temperatures will remain in the 20s so the snow is applying a new coat of white across the region.
The real story here is that temperatures will never climb above the freezing mark for the rest of January. Can you say cabin fever?!
Snow accumulates from 1-6 p.m.
Snow ends by 7 p.m., a bit earlier across the Western suburbs, and a bit later across New Jersey.
Potential snow totals
City and surrounding suburbs - an inch or two.
Northern Bucks, Western Montgomery, Northwest Chester and Lehigh Valley - 2-4 inches
Poconos - 3-4 inches
Southern New Jersey and Delaware - 1-2 inches
Beyond the snow
Sunday: Windy and bitter cold with flurries. High of 23 degrees.
Monday: Not as cold, 32. Dry.
Tuesday: Polar punch returns. Bitter cold, 18.