By Sunday night, after a brief changeover to sleet, snow begins falling.
A classic late season winter storm is set to impact the Delaware Valley Sunday Night and Monday.
Philadelphia was just shy of tying a record low Friday morning with the thermometer bottoming out at 11 degrees.
Reinforcing blasts of cold air will move through the area for the remainder of the month of February, dragging temperatures well below normal. It’s a fitting end to what has been a harsh winter month so far!
Snow piles remain and anything you see on the ground now will be with us for some time, as much colder air plunges into the region from the arctic.
The Presidents’ Day chill will set the stage for yet another round of snow into Tuesday morning.
A weak storm system will move through early Tuesday morning bringing a round of snow.
Another day, another chance of snow in the forecast…but now there are only 33 days until spring and only 22 days until Daylight Saving Time starts, which means sunset will be in the 7 p.m. hour!
An arctic cold front moving through the Delaware Valley tonight continues to bring a period of steady snow.
A few weak disturbances will move through providing some scattered snow shower chances overnight.
Of all the weather ‘events’ this troublesome winter, the ones this weekend will be the tamest. A few little disturbances in the atmosphere can brush by the area bringing a nuisance amount of snow.
For Penn State football fans, National Signing Day hasn’t really been a big deal. National Signing Day hasn’t been a spectacle at Penn State, until now that is.
The winter of over-performing storms continues, with a system that blasted the area today with well over half a foot of heavy, wet snow.
As moisture arrives overnight, temperatures will be warm enough for rain, then change over to snow as the colder air filters south and east.
The National Weather Service pegs snow amounts Monday at 4 to 6 inches, but anywhere from less than 3 inches south to perhaps an isolated 6+ inches could occur.