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After a Saturday with spring-like weather, temperatures dropped once again Sunday just in time for Super Bowl LVI.
A winter storm brought a cold front and snow to our area Sunday. The system moved from north to south before it moved offshore by the evening.
A winter weather advisory was in effect from 1 a.m. to 4 p.m. Sunday in parts of Philadelphia, South Jersey and central Delaware, the National Weather Service said.
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How Much Snow to Expect
An inch to three fell across the region before the snow moved out by the evening.
After such a warm Saturday, most of the snow melted when it hit roads, but stuck to grass and on top of cars.
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It gets even colder Monday morning, before a warm-up begins. The Philly area will have highs back in the 40s by Tuesday, then Wednesday, Thursday and Friday will be mild with temps in the 50s ahead of some chances of rain.