Here's what's trending for January 15.

Sunday's strong winds continue to cause problems for both PPL and First Energy. PPL reports nearly 8000 of its customers remain without power this morning, more than 3100 of whom are in our listening area. Bucks County has 729 reported outages and Monroe County reports 680 customers in the dark. First Energy reports more than 6500 of its customers are still without service, more than 3700 of whom are in our listening area. The highest numbers are in Berks and Bucks counties, where a combined 3000+ customers are in the dark today.

Accu-Weather's Joe Lundberg says you'll probably wake up tomorrow morning to some snow. "We're going to be seeing snow breaking out here under the cover of darkness, before midnight tonight. It will not be a heavy snowfall. It will be fairly light, but it will coat everything and that's going to make the morning commute a mess," Lundberg says. The forecast is for one-to-three inches of snow before things wrap up. Lundberg says whatever snow we get won't melt any time soon. Daytime highs might not go above the freezing mark until next Monday.

Bethlehem Township officials are expected to vote tonight on whether to approve a controversial warehouse proposal in Northampton County. The 866,000-square-foot warehouse is planned at the site of an old quarry in the 1600 block of Freemansburg Avenue. The proposed building by itself would cover almost 20 acres. Residents have come out against the plan, saying Freemansburg Avenue is already too congested. However, the Lehigh Valley Planning Commission contends a lot of the warehouse traffic would go east to Route 33, instead of directly affecting neighborhoods in the area.

It's a busy Martin Luther King Jr. Day in the Lehigh Valley. Several local churches are holding special MLK Day services today; a march is planned for today in Bethlehem; several local colleges plan special events; and special events are planned at the Allentown Art Museum and Lehigh Valley Heritage Museum as well.

A Sunday night single-vehicle crash has killed one person in Schuylkill County. It happened just after 8 o'clock Sunday night on Route 895 near Troxell Valley Road in West Penn Township. Police are still investigating.

Pennsylvania State Police say it was a 12-year-old boy from Illinois who made a threat against Palisades Middle School in upper Bucks County. Investigators say the school reported a non-specific threat on social media, that was traced to the boy in Barrington, Illinois, north of Chicago. Police there have taken enforcement action against the child.

The Eagles visit Tampa Bay tonight in the NFL Playoffs. Head coach Nick Sirianni says if they are to win, they'll have to do it without star wide receiver A.J. Brown, who injured his knee last Sunday. "A.J. tried to do everything he could do, which doesn't surprise me at all about A.J.. He's tough and he'd do anything for his teammates. Unfortunately, he won't be able to rip it this week," Sirianni says. The Eagles are a three point favorite. Tonight's winner will visit Detroit next weekend.

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