By Lauren Casey

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The snow came in fast and furious Monday morning with snowfall rates of 1 to 2 inches per hour. Rain is now mixing with snow in Philadelphia and along I-95.

Snow continues to fall west of I-95 and rain is the dominant precipitation type across South Jersey. Snow total coming out of Pennsylvania is generally in the 2- to 5-inch range. The snow will start to taper north and west fairly quickly late afternoon and early evening, and we’ll turn to all rain in the city. Most, if not all, precipitation wraps up region-wide by 5 p.m.

A little impulse passes tomorrow and could generate an isolated snow or rain shower, mainly north and west. Then we finally get a nice day on Wednesday, with highs in the 50’s!

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Sunshine and snow-free conditions will then prevail into the end of the week, when we’ll do a lot of snow melting.

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The weekend looks active with a storm system lifting in on Saturday, which may begin as snow and transition to rain. And another system may approach Sunday night, though models are a little all over the place on this one at the moment. This, though, would be a mainly rain event.