Thanksgiving Eve Snow: Timeline & Estimated Totals

A mixture of snow and rain is expected to hit our area during Thanksgiving Eve, one of the busiest travel days of the year. Check out our gallery for the timeline and expected snow totals Wednesday.

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A mixture of snow and rain is expected to hit our area during Thanksgiving Eve, one of the busiest travel days of the year. Check out our gallery for the timeline and expected snow totals Wednesday.
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A mixture of snow and rain is expected to hit our area during Thanksgiving Eve, one of the busiest travel days of the year. Check out our gallery for the timeline and expected snow totals Wednesday.
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Heavy wet snow on top of tree limbs could lead to power outages across the region.
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The storm will not only impact Pennsylvania but also other areas on the east coast, including Maryland, New England and parts of New York.
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By early morning rain should move into parts of South Jersey and quickly spread north and west.
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The wet weather will continue to spread north throughout the morning.
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By noon snow should begin to fall north and west of the I-95 Corridor.
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The snow should pickup mid-afternoon.
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Here is the timeline for the north and west suburbs, Lehigh County and the Poconos.
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Here is the timeline for Philadelphia and the I-95 corridor.
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Here is the timeline for South Jersey and Delaware.
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A look at estimated snow totals for the pre-Thanksgiving winter storm. The further north and west you are in the Philadelphia area, the more likely you are to see greater accumulation of snow.
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Attention skiers, up to 1 foot of snow could fall in the Poconos Mountains.
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The event is expected to drop mostly rain on much of South Jersey.
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