The National Weather Service predicted rains would move out of the Pottstown area early Sunday morning, leaving swollen creeks and cooler temperatures behind. The rest of the week, though, should be sunny and significantly warmer.
The National Weather Service warned gardeners Sunday afternoon that their tender plants could benefit from protection later in the evening. It issued a front advisory for overnight hours Sunday to Monday.
Of 12 locations where snowfall was measured Saturday in the Tri-County area, the National Weather Service reported, Trappe received the most, followed by New Hanover and Gilbertsville.
Winds blowing through Montgomery, Berks and Chester counties from noon Monday through early Tuesday morning could briefly gust at speeds of up to 50 mph, the National Weather Service said.
Thursday afternoon into Friday night will be a potentially hazardous time for travel in Montgomery and Chester counties, weather forecasters said. Icy wintry mix conditions and low-30s temperatures will make roads slick.
"Batten down the hatches" was a warning to secure a ship's tarpaulins when rough weather was expected. That's good advice for personal belongings Thursday night through Friday morning. Local winds were gusting up to 50 mph.
Of eight locations where snowfall was measured Sunday in the Tri-County area, the National Weather Service reported, Birdsboro received the most, followed by New Hanover and East Coventry.
The farther north you go, the worse this weekend's weather may become, the National Weather Service said Friday morning. Highway icing from freezing rain and flash freezes may be limited in Montgomery County, but heavier in Berks.