NBC10.com - Sheena Parveen
The snow has moved out of the area but the rain will continue overnight.
The snow has moved out of our area though the rain remains.
A Winter Weather Advisory began in parts of Berks, Lehigh and Northampton Counties, as well as parts of the Poconos at 2 p.m. Monday and should last until 8 a.m. Tuesday. The snow ended for most of the region as of 11 p.m. except in areas far North such as Northampton County and parts of the Poconos.
Sleet mixed with snow hit Lancaster County and Chester County. Meanwhile mostly rain moved into Philadelphia mixed in with a bit of sleet.
10 p.m. - 3 a.m. - Rain throughout the region.
Carbon County: 5.0 inches
Berks County: 3.0 inches
Lehigh County: 2.1 inches
Chester County: 1.3 inches
Philadelphia County: Trace of Snow
While the snow has moved out, there are still some slippery spots on untreated roads North and West of the region though that should change Tuesday morning as temperatures rise.
Another wave of rain will hit the region early Tuesday with a possible wintry mix to the North and West. Things will finally begin to clear Tuesday afternoon just in time for Spring to make its official arrival on Wednesday.
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