Rain, Rain…All Gone! What's Next?!

Parts of area could see snow or wintry mix Friday

After drenching rains overnight, rain showers will be ending this morning across the Delaware Valley.

Clouds will break for some sunshine this afternoon, but because of gusty northwesterly winds, temperatures will fall into the 30s.

Expect a cold night tonight with low temperatures in the 20s and only warming into the mid 30s on Saturday.


A flood warning has been issued for parts of the area until 5:30 am Friday.

The warnings include the counties of Philadelphia, Bucks, Chester, Delaware and Montgomery in Pennsylvania, Mercer, Burlington, Camden and Gloucester counties in New Jersey and New Castle County in Delaware.

The large and very wet storm continues to dominate the weather, not only in our area, but all the way down to the Deep South.

Believe it or not, it actually snowed in New Orleans Thursday, while it wasn't even cold enough for snow in the Poconos (they have icing problems).

Even heavier rain moved in Thursday evening, but the rain may end by night. But that's not the end of the storm.

The upper-air part of the storm is producing an area of rain, sleet and snow well south of the main storm.

That second low will be over our area during the morning rush Friday and a bit after, bringing some cold rain to the Philadelphia area and a wintry mix or snow to the areas north of the Pa. Turnpike and possibly west of the Blue Route. Some small accumulation is possible in those areas.

Then we get dry and cold weather for Saturday, with a nice warm-up starting Sunday.

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