Expect rain showers to arrive overnight but change over to freezing rain, then light snow in the N&W suburbs from North to South on Monday, as colder temperatures return.
Wind Advisories have already been issued for all areas south of Chester/Delco/Philadelphia/Burlington. Sustained winds of 20-30 mph may gust as high as 45-50 mph. This is strong enough for tree limbs and power lines to be put at risk.
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The Nor’easter will continue to intensify off the east coast and track northward tonight.
The weak clipper system is beginning to intensify off the VA coast this afternoon and will track northward tonight.
Though the brunt of our moisture-rich coastal storm continues to pull away, additional rounds of showers will still roll through occasionally through Saturday afternoon.
We are now under 24 hours away from our next big storm, and the big picture is becoming clear on what we can expect.
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Timing will also play a factor in what we see, as will several other factors.
Our first chance, which is currently the most set in stone, comes tomorrow evening. A clipper will move through the area, bringing generally light snow on the order of 1-2″.
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After yesterday’s storm, today’s sunshine has been a welcome sight! Temperatures are above normal on this Martin Luther King Jr. Day, and the only negative we have to talk about is the wind, which is still gusting to 25-30 mph.
Parts of Delaware and southern New Jersey are experiencing some snow and some mixed precipitation this morning. Fortunately, this is a mainly isolated storm that will soon begin moving out to sea.
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The most likely spot for any measurable snow is Southern Delaware, with Sussex county potentially seeing a coating to an inch.