Here’s what’s coming up on the PIX11 Morning News on Friday Jan 6.

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Suki, Scott, Linda, Marisa and the gang have you covered weekday mornings from 5 to 9 a.m. Here’s a sneak peek at some of the stories that we’re working on tonight to bring you first thing in the morning.

Let it snow!

Baby it’s cold outside! We have a winter weather advisory going on around the tri-state area through 10 a.m. tomorrow. Snow is expected to develop at around midnight tonight and continue until just as the morning commute starts to get underway.

The snow will linger through the morning rush for areas east of the city. Make note: Your morning commute will likely be sloppy, especially on untreated surfaces. Our Linda Church has your bases covered.

Top 2017 gadgets  — for cheap 

Electronics, gadgets and household gadgets were a big hit among shoppers this holiday season.

But, if Santa didn’t bring you what you asked for, now’s the time to treat yourself with some of this year’s top appliances.

We’ll have consumer technology strategists that will walk you through the best tips for shopping for the latest tech devices this year.

Say ‘cheese’!

Smile! Want a brighter, better smile in 2017? We’ll have experts on set talking about the latest procedures that will help you transform your look by transforming your smile.

We ‘love’ Darlene Love

Legendary actress and singer Darlene Love will be joining us at 8:45 a.m. to talk about her upcoming shows in New York and New Jersey — kicking it off with performances at the BB Kings Blues Club in midtown Manhattan.

Fun fact: Love has performed at a Christmas show every year in New York City since 1986, which always ends on hit song ‘Christmas (Baby Please Come Home).’

Join us tomorrow on the PIX11 Morning News from 5 to 9 a.m.

Then, talk to us on Facebook Live, every weekday morning at 9:15 a.m. 


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