Like most everyone from the Lehigh Valley to the Jersey Shore, you probably have plans to watch Super Bowl LII on Sunday.
I, for one, will be watching the game at home with family, and while I am parked on the sofa watching the game on NBC10, my car will be parked in the garage.
Roads will be messy and slippery before, during and after the game courtesy of a large winter storm.
If you choose to drive on Sunday afternoon and evening use caution and if like me you plan to hoist one for the Eagles, then please make sure you have a designated driver or another safe way to get home.
By midday Sunday a mix of wet snow and rain showers will extend from the Lehigh Valley eastward through Philadelphia to the Jersey Shore and Delaware beaches. Temperatures will be at or above freezing and any snow should melt when reaching the surface with little or no accumulation on grassy areas.
By kickoff at 6:40 p.m. Philadelphia time, temperatures will be above freezing and rain will be falling over the entire area with the exception of the Poconos.
When the last snap occurs and celebrations break out across our area… it will be rain that greets revelers as they head outdoors. Roads will be wet and slippery for anyone traveling home after the game.