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Stormy Weather Moves Out After Overnight Downpours

Many neighborhoods dealt with heavy downpours overnight as temps remained above freezing in many places

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Another winter storm moved into the region Monday and as temps warmed as well, many neighborhoods in the Philadelphia region dealt with heavy overnight rain.

The showers started spotty but intensified overnight and lead to icy spots before transitioning entirely to rain by Tuesday morning. The hardest rain was moving out before daybreak.

Northern and western neighborhoods and the lower Lehigh Valley may have gotten some light icing that could have led to slippery driving conditions.

Philadelphia and points south and east mostly just got rain.

An earlier First Alert expired overnight.

Why are ice storms so dangerous? Glenn "Hurricane" Schwartz explains.

The rain, warming air and snow melt could combine to cause some swelling of creeks and ponding on roadways.

Leave yourself extra time as roads could be slippery.

The high on Tuesday is expected to get to around 50 in Philadelphia.

Tracking Another Wintry Storm

Temps are expected to drop again on Wednesday ahead of another winter storm threat on Thursday and Friday. Snow is expected on the front end of that storm. Stay tuned for the latest on that storm in the days to come.

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