Frigid cold temperatures and strong gusty winds and even the possibility of snow showers for Wednesday afternoon. This as we are still feeling the effects of Tuesday's storm. NBC10 First Alert Weather meteorologist Bill Henley breaks down what to expect the day after a nor'easter dumped snow and ice on much of the area.
The temperatures were well below freezing Wednesday morning and will stay in the 20s for most of the day.
With steady winds of more than 20 mph and gusts topping 40 mph, it will feel like it's in the teens or even colder Wednesday.
Winds will be strongest Wednesday afternoon and that's when we will also have the best chance of snow showers blowing through the Philadelphia area. Snow showers will develop in the Pennsylvania suburbs and race through Philadelphia and then move on to Delaware and South Jersey.
The snow showers will be brief and on the move.
The showers are not expected to drop a lot of snow, but we could see a dusting to a half an inch in many neighborhoods during the afternoon and early evening hours.
As the nor'easter continues to slowly pull away from our area, the winds will start to die down Wednesday evening, but they won't disappear completely, as we're in for a breezy and another cold day Thursday. Temperatures are expected to stay cold -- for this time of year -- right into the weekend with a chance of more showers late Friday night and Saturday morning.