By Katie Fehlinger
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The forecast hasn’t changed much for the weekend. We still expect two separate batches of light snow.
However, Monday may have a trick up its sleeve with an additional round of snow to kick off the work week.
Several of the early morning model runs Friday have a third piece of energy that would develop over the Midwest and Plains and eventually roll through our area Monday. So the possibility exists that we see a few inches of snow in addition to what we get through the weekend. It’s still just a chance, but something to watch.
In the meantime, a quick recap for the weekend: light snow showers are still expected Saturday as the Delaware Valley gets clipped by the northwest fringe of System #1. System #2 moves in from Canada on Sunday with cold air and widespread, but still light snowfall. As a whole, the weekend likely produces no more than a few inches in total, generally 1-3″.