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. [[415883153, C]]
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. [[415888433, C]]
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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. [[415888243, C]]
The area dries for the weekend, but very cold air remains. It will also be windy Friday through Saturday. [[415888233, C]]