With the recent arctic air mass in place, freezing rain will be an issue for parts of the area.
We’re still looking for a similar set up storm-wise for late Sunday into Monday, mostly rain south (Delaware and southern New Jersey) with rain/snow/sleet/freezing rain from 1-3 inches in Philadelphia and suburban points just east and west.
An arctic air mass and whipping winds will drive wind chills below zero Saturday morning.
KYW’s John McDevitt spoke with folks running for cover Friday afternoon.
Get ready for the wind. Get ready for the cold. Then, get ready for some more snow.
Light snow is expected for the area on Thursday leading into Friday.
Many people are waking up to both positive and negative single-digit wind chills this morning.
The Nor’easter will continue to intensify off the east coast and track northward tonight.
The weak clipper system is beginning to intensify off the VA coast this afternoon and will track northward tonight.
What started off looking like light snow last week has become a whopper of a storm, and we will be playing a quick game of snow catch-up starting late Monday into Tuesday.
Winter storm warnings will go into effect at noon on Monday.
First up is the clipper system that will spread about 1 to 3 inches of snow from late tonight through Monday morning. Then the clipper changes clothes, moves off the coast and becomes a Nor’easter from Monday afternoon through Tuesday morning.
After Saturday’s storm we catch a brief break for the rest of the weekend, before another snowstorm arrives late Sunday night.
Though the brunt of our moisture-rich coastal storm continues to pull away, additional rounds of showers will still roll through occasionally through Saturday afternoon.
For the second weekend in a row, travelers across the Philadelphia region were dealing with a slick commute after snow and rain fell on area roads overnight.