By Llarisa Abreu

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Snow showers are in the forecast for some for Wednesday morning. A fast-moving clipper will be moving through the Delaware and Lehigh Valleys tomorrow morning.

The system doesn’t have much moisture associated with it. In fact, many locations will remain dry.

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Our north and western suburbs have the best chance for light snow showers.

A dusting to half-inch of snow is possible for the Lehigh Valley and parts of Bucks, Montgomery and Chester Counties.

Along the I-95 corridor, precipitation can briefly change to a rain-snow mix late morning and early afternoon. Points south of I-95 will remain dry through the day.

The fast-moving clipper will exit well before the evening rush.

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Clouds are expected to linger on Wednesday, making it yet another cold winter-like day.

While the area could see some snow tomorrow, it will feel like spring this weekend as temperatures approach 60 degrees.

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