Even though the precipitation will end, untreated surfaces will remain icy overnight into Monday morning.
Another weekend storm will impact the Delaware Valley on Sunday afternoon and night.
Another arctic cold front moved through the Delaware Valley this morning keeping afternoon temperatures holding in the teens and 20s.
Winter storm warnings and winter weather advisories remain in effect.
A wind chill advisory remains in effect into Monday morning.
If you are a winter weather fan, you will love the forecast over the next several days and get ready for a cold Valentine’s Day weekend.
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.
Areas of light snow will continue to move into the region and change over to freezing rain and rain from south to north overnight.
With the recent arctic air mass in place, freezing rain will be an issue for parts of the area.
The Nor’easter will continue to intensify off the east coast and track northward tonight.
Winter storm warnings will go into effect at noon on Monday.
After Saturday’s storm we catch a brief break for the rest of the weekend, before another snowstorm arrives late Sunday night.
Today is the first day of Astronomical Winter as the Winter Solstice arrived at 6:03pm.
The heaviest rain will fall during the morning into early afternoon on Tuesday
After picking up around 1″ of rain on Saturday, the Delaware Valley will dry out for the second half of the weekend.