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Great Day for Milk and Bread Shopping

Why do we do it?

With grocery store prices so high, will people still make a run on stores the day before a potentially big snowstorm?

Of course they will.

Will The Canary? Why not? It’s a spectacle and The Canary loves a spectacle.

Why do we do it? Who knows? Call it a tradition.

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Regardless of why we do it, it looks like it’ll be a perfect day for cramming into grocery store parking lots and going to the store to buy everything but milk and bread – wait, we actually need bread.

After we get through Saturday, our eyes will focus on the next big event, which currently looks like a big rain forecast for Tuesday. We’ll get into that after we’re done shoveling whatever happens this weekend.

Schuylkill County 7-day Forecast

Here’s the latest 7-day forecast for Pottsville from National Weather Service …

Friday: A bright and sunny day awaits, with a high around 35°. A gentle northwest wind at 5 to 9 mph adds a crisp feel to the air.

Friday Night: The evening brings increasing clouds, as temperatures dip to around 23°. The wind stays light and variable.

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Saturday: Snow starts to fall mainly after 1 p.m., with temperatures peaking near 32°. A light east wind picks up in the morning, reaching 5 to 10 mph. Snow is highly likely, at 90%, with potential accumulations of 2 to 4 inches.

Saturday Night: An eventful night of weather, starting with snow before 10 p.m., then a mix of rain and snow until 4 a.m., and possibly freezing rain afterward. The low hovers around 30°. An east wind at 8 to 16 mph, gusting up to 24 mph, makes things blustery. Precipitation chances remain high at 90%, with new snow accumulations of 1 to 3 inches possible.

Sunday: The morning may see a mix of rain, snow, and freezing rain before 7 a.m., followed by a chance of snow until 1 p.m. The day stays mostly cloudy, with a high near 37°. Precipitation chances are 40%, with new amounts between a tenth and a quarter of an inch.

Sunday Night: The sky clears up to partly cloudy, with lows around 28°.

Monday: Look forward to a mostly sunny sky, with a high near 39°, a pleasant start to the week.

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Monday Night: Clouds return, bringing mostly cloudy conditions and a low around 24°.

Tuesday: A mix of rain and snow is likely before 1 p.m., then turning to just rain. Highs approach 46°, with rain chances at 100%.

Tuesday Night: Rain continues, becoming breezy. The temperature stays around 40°, with continued 100% rain chances.

Wednesday: Showers are possible under mostly cloudy skies, with a high near 47° and a breezy atmosphere. Precipitation chances are at 40%.

Wednesday Night: The sky becomes partly cloudy, cooling to around 31°. Expect breezy conditions.

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Thursday: Enjoy mostly sunny weather, with a high around 41°, a nice wrap-up to the week.

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