An autumn snowstorm left a coating, or more, of snow on parts of the Philadelphia area Thursday night and at least dropped some flurries on much of the region.
Temperatures quickly dropped throughout the evening and by 9:30 were around freezing in Philadelphia bringing snow to the city.
After a fairly steady snowfall people in parts of Bucks and Chester County reported more than 2 inches of snow on the ground.
Snow also covered the ground in parts of Montgomery, Bucks and Philadelphia counties as well as places in South Jersey and Delaware as the cold temperatures and wet weather moved from west to east across the area.
The snow began to move out by midnight and NBC10 First Alert Weather meteorologist Sheena Parveen said she expected the weather to clear up before the Friday morning commute.