North of PA/MD border including Philly, NYC metro regions
Snow has piled up quickly this morning from the latest winter storm in an area stretching from southeastern PA to central NJ. In fact, some suburban areas outside of Philly have already reported as much as 8 inches of snow and it continues to fall rather heavily in many areas. Sleet has crept northward in the past few hours and there will be a battle between snow and sleet during the afternoon with a mix likely much of the time in the Philly-to-NYC corridor and the continuation of heavy bursts. The precipitation could actually slacken off at the end of the day and early tonight before picking up again as a wintry mix later tonight which can change back to all snow. The storm will have an impact into Friday with snow or a wintry mix continuing at times before winding down and there can be additional accumulations – we’ll have to watch for potential last minute surprises on Friday.
Philly metro region (totals by early Friday): 5-9 inches with isolated higher amounts, an icy glaze possible
NYC metro region (totals by early Friday): 4-8 inches with isolated higher amounts, an icy glaze possible
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