Awaiting the snowstorm coming to the Poconos? Follow our tracker for updates

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Just when you thought the Tri-State weather couldn't get any colder, here comes the snow.

After a cold Friday and Saturday that would manage to drop to severe lows this weekend, the Poconos is expected to get a fair share of snow Sunday evening.

Follow our tracker as we follow the story tonight. Here's what's happened so far:

How many inches of snow are we getting?

According to the National Weather Service's Mount Holly office, there's an 89% chance of the Poconos getting at least 2 inches of snow, with a wider range of 3-5 inches being the maximum.

The office is also expecting one-two-three tenths of an inch of ice following the snowfall, as well as gusting winds that could go up to 45 miles per hour.

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According to the National Weather Service, the warning will last from Sunday evening to Monday afternoon, with snowfall expected to begin around 6 pm. The storm is also expected to begin as snow before eventually changing to a "wintry mix" then eventually freezing rain overnight, the post states.

How is traffic affected?

With the combination of snow, ice, and gusty winds, the National Weather Service advises residents to be aware of slippery roads and unsafe conditions that may affect their commute Monday morning, according to their Winter Storm Warning page.

This article originally appeared on Pocono Record: Snow Tracker: Everything you need to know about Poconos' next storm

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