After a mild weekend, snow is set to move back into our region this week, followed by frigid cold temperatures.
Super Bowl Sunday will be mild and sunny during the day with highs in the upper 40s. Late Sunday into Monday morning, however, an area of low pressure will track along the coast, bringing rain and a possible wintry mix at the Jersey Shore and coastal Delaware. Little to no accumulation is expected at this point.
While the first system should miss the Philadelphia region, another wintry mix will likely move into the Philly area Monday night into Tuesday. At this point, models aren’t showing much accumulation for Monday and Tuesday’s snow, with estimates of one to three inches, mostly on grassy surfaces. We could also see some snow showers Wednesday morning, though little to no accumulation is expected.
After the snow clears, colder weather returns, with temperatures in the 30s Wednesday through Friday. By Saturday temperatures will drop even more with a high of 29 degrees.
We’ll have updates on the timeline and estimated totals over the next few days. Stay with NBC10.com for the latest weather updates.