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Nuisance Snow Makes Roads Wet

Up to a foot of snow fell in upper elevations Friday as most places so wet roads and snow on grassy areas

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    NBC10 First Alert Weather meteorologist Krystal Klei has the details on snow in our region. (Published Friday, March 10, 2017)

    As expected, light snow fell in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware during the Friday morning rush and continued into midday.

    The snowy conditions lasted into the early afternoon, as a line of snow passes through the region and drops to the southeast. The snow exited the Lehigh Valley, Berks, and the suburbs first, around noon.

    The main line of snow exited Philadelphia around 1 p.m. and should leave the shore by 2 to 3 p.m. Following the steady snow, scattered snow showers with some brief-lived strong snow squalls are possible in the afternoon late day hours.

    Stick with the NBC10 First Alert Weather Team for the latest on the nuisance that should slow commutes. Snow Makes for Messy Trip to School in Chestnut HillSnow Makes for Messy Trip to School in Chestnut Hill

    NBC10’s Katy Zachry is surveying road complications due to snow along Germantown Avenue in Chestnut Hill Friday.

    (Published Friday, March 10, 2017)

    Half a foot of snow fell in parts of the Poconos with more than 5 inches in the Lehigh Valley and 4 inches in Montgomery County.

    The snow did cause a handful of school closings, dismissals and delays. Tracking Snow, Wet Roads in Bucks CountyTracking Snow, Wet Roads in Bucks County

    NBC10’s Pamela Osborne is following the conditions that the snow is causing in Doylestown, Pennsylvania.

    (Published Friday, March 10, 2017)

    The area dries for the weekend, but very cold air remains. It will also be windy Friday through Saturday. Friday SnowFriday Snow

    NBC10 First Alert Weather meteorologist Erika Martin is following the snow conditions firsthand from outside the NBC10 Studio in Bala Cynwyd, Pennsylvania.

    (Published Friday, March 10, 2017)