Mild weather will continue Friday, then the winter chill returns over the weekend, with the chance of more snow!
A mid-February chance of snow for the Delaware Valley from a fast moving low pressure system to our south.
A report says if there is bad weather, the NFL could move the date of the Super Bowl in New Jersey in 2014.
The storm will brush the Delaware Valley with a period of rain changing to snow Wednesday night.
Tuesday will be a nicer day compared to Monday with no umbrellas required with some sun and a high temperature of 46. However, it will be a breezy day with gusts peaking around 30 mph in between systems.
If you are a snow lover, there is good news as the weather pattern remains active during the next week or so.
Widespread power outages predicted in the wake of Friday’s nor’easter have not materialized in New Jersey.
Mercer County residents woke up to a sparkling white winter wonderland Saturday morning with about four inches of snow coating everything in sight.
Several professional and college sports teams were forced to rearrange their travel plans as a massive storm swept through the Northeast, dumping a few feet of snow in some areas.
As expected, we did not receive the crippling amounts of snow but many untreated roads are slippery so give yourself some extra time as you head out today.
A storm that dumped several inches of snow on the eastern half of Pennsylvania is expected to clear the region soon and be replaced by sunny skies and a stiff breeze.
A storm that dumped several inches of snow on the eastern half of Pennsylvania is expected to clear the region Saturday morning and be replaced by sunny skies and a stiff breeze.
The snow will continue through the early morning hours, with areas of locally heavier snow.
Friday night, travel on area roads will become increasingly difficult, with blowing snow and reduced visibility. Snow could fall at a rate of 1-2″ an hour for a few hours in our Warning Area, and winds will gust to 30 miles-an-hour.
Several areas have issued Code Blues due to the incoming winter storm.