When will it end? As the area digs out from a record-breaking nor’easter, more snow is falling in our area.
A Winter Weather Advisory is in effect for Lancaster, Berks, Lehigh, Northampton, Bucks Montgomery and Chester Counties until 6 p.m. Snow fell in the Lehigh Valley and north and west suburbs while a mixture of rain and snow is falling in Philly. Meanwhile it's mostly rain in Delaware and South Jersey.
The snow is starting to taper off in some areas and should leave the region by 7 p.m.
Only 1 to 2 inches of snow are expected in Philly and the 1-95 corridor, while suburbs north and west of the city are likely to receive 2 to 4 inches. Delaware and the Jersey Shore will receive a coating as the system will bring mostly rain to those areas.
Although there is not much accumulation, drivers should use caution as the system is causing slippery road conditions.
After the snow moves out, a cold blast will hit the area and some areas could refreeze Sunday morning. But after a cold and cloudy Sunday, we're in for a big warmup as temperatures will increase each day of the week.
President’s Day will be a mix of sun and clouds with temperatures in the mid-30s. Snow and rain showers will move in Monday night and last into Tuesday morning. Temperatures will continue to rise Tuesday with highs in the mid-40’s.
Both Wednesday and Thursday will be warm with temperatures in the mid to high 50’s. Friday will be our warmest day with temperatures near 60 degrees.