Snow and sleet accumulations of a coating to 1″ are possible for Philly and the N&W suburbs and 1-2″ for the Lehigh Valley & Poconos.
Saturday serves as a quiet transition day between Friday’s mild rain and Sunday’s cold wet. Computer models agree that wet weather moves in on Sunday, preceded by cloud cover early in the day.
The weather has taken on a few personality changes lately.
A spokeswoman for the Pennsylvania Department of Environmental Protection says it’s unusual for such bad air quality this time of year.
We’re in the midst of an invasion from the Arctic Circle!
Burlington County, NJ is at least the third area to do so.
Atlantic City made sure to open drains and clear them of any debris that could clog them and amplify any kind of flooding.
The Code Blue Declaration has been issued beginning at 9 p.m. on Wednesday night until 9 a.m. on Sunday morning.
As a large storm encroaches on the Delaware Valley, the Eyewitness Weather Team continues to fine tune the details.
“I would’ve liked to have gone on Tuesday, but now I’m glad I’m leaving today, because I know the weather is going to be a bear,” says Maria Hull.
If you have travel plans for Thanksgiving either on the roads or in the sky, prepare for delays as a large storm will impact the eastern U.S. Tuesday & Wednesday.
The expected Arctic blast blowing through the area Sunday will keep it feeling below freezing all day and night.
The coldest air of the season rides out of Canada on strong winds and makes a too early and too long trip to the Delaware Valley.
The timing now brings in precipitation late on Tuesday and gone by early Thursday.
Officials in Montgomery County have issued a “Code Blue” in advance of this weekend’s freezing temperatures.