By Carol Erickson
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The first week of March starts like a kitten, but there may be an inner lion hiding in there for the middle of next week.
This weekend through Tuesday, expect partly sunny skies, a breeze and temperatures in the 40’s.
After that, more significant weather might begin on a Wednesday to Thursday timetable.
The weather system that might generate this rain/snow storm is still 4000 miles away. That is plenty of space for a variety of situations to develop.
Computer models presently favor a significant rain or snow event for the Delaware Valley, but there is plenty of time and geography for that to change.
The models have been changing consistently on solutions, sometimes in agreement, sometimes not, and we are days away from any of it, so for now, it is a watch and wait for more expected changes before any event.