St. Paddy’s Day Snow: Timeline, Totals

Another winter storm is approaching our area and it's expected to drop some snow on our region Sunday night into St. Patrick's Day. Check our gallery for the timeline and expected totals.

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Another winter storm is expected to drop some snow on our region Sunday night into St. Patrick's Day. Check our gallery for the expected totals and timeline.
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Another winter storm is approaching our area and it's expected to drop some snow on our region Sunday night into St. Patrick's Day. Check our gallery for the expected totals and timeline.
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A wintry mix will begin falling in parts of our region between 7p.m. and 9 p.m., with the heaviest snow fall dropping overnight. The storm will hit South Jersey and Delaware the hardest, but the snowfall should end across the region by 3 p.m. Monday.
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The fast moving storm brought snowfall to parts of our region beginning around 8 p.m. The heaviest snow fall is expected to drop overnight with South Jersey and Delaware hit the hardest.
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The system has a very distinct edge, which is hovering right around Philadelphia. Parts of the region shown in blue will be hit the hardest, while areas above the white border will not see any precipitation.
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In South Jersey and Delaware, the heaviest snow will fall overnight and will begin to taper off between 6 a.m. and 8 a.m. A light snowfall will continue through most of the day, but the strong March sun will start melting the accumulation. During the afternoon rush hour, expect roads to be slick.
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In Philadelphia and along the I-95 corridor, a light snow fall begins overnight with some accumulating by 6 a.m. The snow will move out of the Philadelphia region by 8 a.m., but roads will likely remain wet through the morning.
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Total accumulations vary across the region.
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The northern parts of Philadelphia, lower Montgomery County and lower Bucks County will receive 2 inches of snow at most, although some parts may get just a dusting. South Philly and portions of Chester and Delaware counties will see closer to 2 to 4 inches of snow.
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About 4 to 6 inches will fall in areas south of the city, including southern New Castle County, northern Kent County, Millville, N.J. and Atlantic City. Cape May County and parts of Delaware south of Dover will see 6 to 8 inches accumulate before the storm moves out.
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After a snowy St. Patrick's Day, the rest of the week will have a mix of sunshine and rain as temperatures continue to climb to more seasonable levels.
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