Cinnaminson can expect some cold, windy weather this weekend, and if you squint, some flurries.
The occasional snowflake has dropped early Friday afternoon and may even continue throughout this afternoon and evening, according to Valerie Meola, meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Mt. Holly.
However, the winds are blowing those flakes away as gusts could reach up to 45 miles per hour this afternoon. The temperature is going to hold around the low- to mid-30s Meola said, and tonight, temperatures will be about 25 with winds still high around 25 mph.
“On Saturday,” Meola said, “we’re looking at highs in the mid- to upper-30s.”
Saturday night, the clouds move back in and it will about 22 degrees overnight.
On Sunday, Meola said the clouds clear out and it will be mostly sunny with a high around 31. Temperatures will dip down to 20 Sunday night.
“It does warm up again as we head into Monday and Tuesday,” Meola said.
Monday, there’s a high of 38, and Tuesday, expect temperatures back into the upper 40s or low 50s. However, that’s also the next chance for some precipitation. Unfortunately, for some, that means rain, not snow.
Because of the cold weather, the Burlington County Health Department declared a Code Blue Cold Weather Emergency will start 8 p.m. Friday and remain in effect until Monday, Jan. 16 at 10 a.m.
A list of shelters and additional Code Blue information is available by calling CONTACT of Burlington County at 856-234-8888 or 866-234-5006.