The Winter Storm will wind down Wednesday night.
A band of rain showers will usher out the last parts of the storm.
Snow accumulations were varied:
- 1 to 3 inches in the Philadelphia area
- 2 to 4 inches north and west
- 4 to 6 inches the Lehigh Valley and Berks County,
The amounts were almost exactly as was predicted. In fact, we have had this storm in the forecast every day for the past 10 DAYS!
The storm started as snow, then changed to freezing rain before becoming just rain. Fog also developed once the rain ended.
The winds behind the storm will clear out the fog and other clouds, leading to a sunny and cold day Thursday.
Temperatures will drop overnight into the mid-20s in the city and to 20 in the coldest suburbs.
Beware of possible icy patches Thursday morning as melted snow and leftover rain could freeze over on road surfaces.
No more storms are expected until early next week -- that looks like it will mainly be a rainstorm.
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