An active weather pattern returns for three storms setting up to impact the region this week.
The heaviest snow will fall South and East of Philadelphia.
The Eyewitness Weather team is once again tracking a major Southern Winter Storm that will bring snow to parts of our area overnight.
The latest arctic blast will continue to create gusty winds and drive wind chills below zero Tuesday morning.
Saturday’s clipper system that dropped around 2″ of snow across the region has bumped Philadelphia into the #4 slot for snowiest January.
Will it ever stop? Many people wonder that, after a brutally cold and difficult January. Another round of snow will eyeball the Philadelphia area and decide to go for it.
January 2014 has already made it into weather history as the 5th snowiest January in Philadelphia with 22.5” of snow at it could climb even higher Saturday with more accumulating snow!
Philadelphia has already made it to the 5th snowiest January of all time with 22.5”… and counting!
There is another chance for snow on Thursday as our next system approaches from the Great Lakes.
A Winter Storm Warning take effect Tuesday morning and last until Tuesday night.
All the latest guidance seems to be in agreement with the idea of a stronger storm with more moisture, and thus higher snow amounts.
The first clipper will come through late Wednesday with another cold front with a chance of a rain or snow shower early Thursday morning.
We had a lot of thawing to do after temperatures in the single numbers and below zero to start last week.
It has been a roller coaster week in weather and the ride is not over.
Despite the thawing temperatures, a Freezing Rain Advisory goes into effect overnight for most of the Delaware Valley, excluding southern DE and eastern NJ.