The snow has moved out but the First Alert continues for the Pennsylvania suburbs, Berks County and the Lehigh Valley through 5 a.m. Sunday due to tough travel conditions on any untreated or non-plowed surfaces.
Between 6 to 8 inches of snow fell in the Lehigh Valley and Berks County Saturday. Between 2 to 6 inches fell in the Pennsylvania suburbs, 1 to 3 inches in South Jersey, northern Delaware and Philadelphia, and less than an inch of snow fell at the Jersey Shore and Delaware.
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Snow will immediately start melting Sunday morning after sunrise and continue to melt Sunday afternoon with the continued sunshine and highs in the upper 40s.
Monday (President's Day) will be mild and dry during the first half of the day before rain moves in during the afternoon and evening along with some areas of fog. Monday's high will reach the 50s.
Tuesday and Wednesday we'll see potentially record-high temperatures in the 70s with partly sunny skies.
SUN: Becoming sunny. High: 49
MON (President's Day): Mainly cloudy. A chance of evening rain showers or sprinkles. High: 54
TUE: AM clouds give way to partial sunshine. High:74
WED: Partly sunny and near record temperatures. Showers possible at night. High: 78
THU: Showers likely. High: 55
FRI: Morning showers possible. High: 50
SAT: Variable clouds, chance of a shower. High: 58
SUN: Variable clouds, chance of a shower. High: 58