PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – The next measurable amount of snowfall is on its way, starting as rain late Wednesday night before turning completely into snow. It will last until midday on Thursday, which means many people will be fighting the flags on their way to work.
The system will move into the region as rain around noon. 23 Wednesday due to mild temperatures at bedtime. Colder air will settle in the early hours of Thursday and create freezing rain. Philadelphia, its suburbs and South Jersey will see most of the snow come at. 9 Thursday, with between 1 and 3 inches expected to fall.
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Lehigh Valley and the Poconos will see an occupancy of one inch.
This is more of an annoying snowfall, which means that accumulation will not be significant, but there will be periods of heavy snowfall to keep an eye on.
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Thursday gets cold with high events in the morning, getting us ready for the bitter cold Friday morning. The work week ends with early morning cooking in your teens and highlights in your 20s. An offshore system brings the chance of snow that night to Saturday morning.
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