Snow Timeline and Totals

NBC10 First Alert Meteorologists lay out the times and snow totals to expect today, Saturday, December 14, 2013.

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By 6 p.m. the snow, which has been light, moves up more to the north and west and the rain line pushes up into the Philadelphia area.
Then we experience more of a wintry-mix by 11pm, especially north of the city. That means icing in some areas.
By 2 a.m. most of the moisture has moved through.
And we will be dry by the morning.
Snow totals have been revised again. The forecast now calls for up to 7 inches in the Poconos and 2-5" in parts of the Lehigh Valley.
Closer to Philadelphia, 1 to 3 inches and the suburbs north and west could still see up to four inches.
South Jersey and Delaware will be mostly rain and less than an inch of accumulated snow is expected, if any.
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