All afternoon the temperature hovered just enough above the freezing mark to keep the precipitations from icing up on the main roads.
It might be meteorological spring today, but everything else points to the dead of winter.
Heavy snow, that changed to sleet and rain at mid-morning, made driving and walking a challenge for Chester County residents.
The southern jet stream remains active allowing for a low pressure system that’s currently over the deep South to intensify tonight and head up the East Coast.
Another week, another threat for major winter weather — this time on Thursday.
PennDOT spokesman Gene Blaum says they tried to get to work about 48 hours before the winter storm’s predicted arrival.
This weekend’s winter storm came and went, but not before it left behind some tricky travel conditions.
The best shot for snow was through the north and west-most counties, and Winter Storm Warnings remain in effect until early Sunday morning for that region.
Three times in a week, snow and ice and rain pelt our tri-state area. This latest storm looks to bring all three precipitation types again today.
Here is the latest update on this weekend’s storm.
The next storm set to deliver fresh snow to the Delaware Valley continues to gather strength and moisture in the central U.S., eventually streaking through the Ohio Valley and arriving just in time for the weekend.
Snow will arrive in the Delaware Valley late Saturday morning/early afternoon.
The Thursday morning commute was accompanied by a few renegade snow showers through the northern counties in the Delaware Valley, all courtesy of a supplemental cold front.
The weather has taken on a few personality changes lately.
In Monday morning’s early hours, Montgomery County PennDOT crews filled trucks with sand and were ready to hit the roadways.