Snowstorm: The Worst Is Over - NBC 10 Philadelphia
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Snowstorm: The Worst Is Over



    Snow Forecast Friday Morning

    Winds are the big problem and we'll see one-to-two inches of snow before it tapers off and possibly have scattered snow showers into the weekend. (Published Friday, Feb. 26, 2010)

    Allentown got a foot of snow and we may see another inch or two by the time it tapers off in the city -- and even a sporadic snow shower into Saturday -- but the worst is behind us.

    Philadelphia's snow emergency officially ends at noon on Friday.

    Hundreds of schools are closed and we do have other cancellations and delays as well.

    Mass transit delays are expected throughout the day and the airport is touch-and-go -- some flights are coming in and taking off and others are cancelled.


    7 a.m. - Noon Friday

    Snowfall Lightens Up
    Winds 25-35 m.p.h.
    Gusts up to 45 m.p.h.

    Noon - Friday eveningLight Snow
    Winds 15-25 m.p.h.
    Gusts up to 35 m.p.h.



    Extreme Southern Jersey and Southern DelawareLess than 2 inches
    Wilmington, Del. and parts of South Jersey3 to 5 inches
    Philadelphia, some Pa. suburbs and northern sections of South Jersey4 to 8 inches
    Lehigh Valley and Trenton8 to 12 inches
    The Poconos 12 to 20 inches