By CBS3 Staff

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Partly cloudy skies are expected throughout the Philadelphia region Tuesday before some warmer temperatures roll in. Snow showers are still possible far north and west of the city today.

The snow accumulations won’t amount to much as we expect about 1 inch, mostly at elevation.

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Winds will be kicking up and this afternoon, we could be tracking wind gusts up to 30 mph. Wind chill values will remain in the 30s through the majority of the afternoon. A late day clearing is likely as this system swings out of the region.

The region will finally get a nice day, with afternoon highs expected to soar above average and into the 50s on Wednesday. There will also be plenty of sunshine across the Delaware and Lehigh Valleys as high pressure begins to build.

With tomorrow’s mild temperatures, plan for some of the snow to melt.

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Parts of eastern Pennsylvania have 10-plus inches of snow depth on the ground as of Monday night.

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 the area on Sunday night, though models are unclear on this one at the moment. But, this event would be mainly rain.

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Stay with the Eyewitness Weather Team for the latest forecast.