Fortunately, in the first hours of the storm, there were few reports of serious accidents or power outages.
CBS Philly has received the following community cancellations for Thursday, March 5, 2015.
As rain begins changing over to snow across the Delaware Valley, travel issues are expected to continue.
The snow is piling up, with several inches already being reported across the Delaware Valley.
These are just some of the Philadelphia area restaurants offering snow day deals and specials, according to their Twitter feeds.
Officials in Delaware are suggesting that drivers stay off the roads during a winter storm, particularly during the heaviest snowfall.
With another snowstorm on the horizon, parents and employees are faced with deciding whether to try to get to work or stay home.
All across South Jersey from Cherry Hill to Washington Township many were out making last minute preparations.
The snow will fall steadily during the early morning hours as the front sinks south dragging the precipitation bands with it.
It’s another tricky storm in what has been a tricky winter so far, but this one seems to have pretty decent consensus across the board — with a few wild cards!
CBS Philly has received the following community cancellations for Wednesday evening, March 4, 2015.
Wednesday will feature all rain, as we are currently in much milder air to the south of the front. As we progress into tonight and the early morning hours of tomorrow, however, that rain will begin to change to snow from north to south.
The university says dining halls will remain open Wednesday and a 6 p.m. men’s basketball game is still on, but the library and fitness facilities are closed.
This is a long-duration system which has begun already, in the form of an icy mix snarling the evening commute on Tuesday before a changeover to rain Tuesday night into Wednesday.
This morning is the calm before the storm for the Delaware Valley, but enjoy it while you can – this one could stick around for quite a while.