By Sunday night, after a brief changeover to sleet, snow begins falling.
A classic late season winter storm is set to impact the Delaware Valley Sunday Night and Monday.
It might be meteorological spring today, but everything else points to the dead of winter.
Penndot spokesman Charles Metzger says the agency already has workers out, getting ready for the next snowstorm, which is predicted to hit us on Sunday evening.
During the last storm, a number of communities were worried they would run out of salt. It’s become a commodity almost as valuable as gold.
Friday morning will be frigid. Philadelphia will challenge the record of 9 degrees, set in 1934. If that is not bad enough, wake up wind chills will be around -10.
Kirkpatrick says the problem with salt is not a lack of supply but rather a problem with distribution, so commercial haulers will work around-the-clock for the next week or so to get extra supplies into the state.
Expect light snow to develop before daybreak and end mid-late morning on Wednesday.
County officials are now urging businesses to apply for federal assistance through the county web site.
Warminster officials say electrical distribution to the township has been spotty over the past five years. Even during times of non-severe weather events, they say, the power goes out in parts of the township all too often.
One last day of the delicious taste of spring before a bitter taste of winter returns this week.
“It’s like a skin graft: it becomes an integral part of the road,” says Marilyn Grabowski of Atlantic Infrared, in Pt. Pleasant Beach.
The snow is melting, but that’s only exposing more gaping potholes throughout the region.
For most people, it hasn’t been as simple as it used to be thanks to the weather we’ve been suffering through.
Potholes. They’re everywhere. And road crews are working overtime to fill them.