According to Fox News, “rain, strong wind gusts of up to 60 miles-per-hour and snow are all expected to be part of a storm set to arrive in our area overnight. Winter storm watches go in effect Wednesday afternoon for several counties, while a winter storm warning is scheduled to go in effect at 4 a.m. for Chester and Lancaster counties.”
“As of Tuesday evening, the storm was located over Kentucky and headed towards the mid-Atlantic. The bullseye of moisture still looks to remain well to our southwest across West Virginia, Virginia, & western Maryland, making this the biggest storm of the winter for the mid-Atlantic with over a foot of snow possible in those areas,” CBS News says. ”
The NWS has also issued high wind and coastal flood warnings for portions of Delaware and along the Jersey Shore. “It’s going to be a mess, unfortunately, along our beaches tomorrow,” FOX 29’s Sue Serio said Tuesday morning.
For the Delaware Valley, expect rain to arrive before daybreak on Wednesday, possibly starting as snow west of Philly.
The National Weather Service names ” locations… most of southern New Jersey… Philadelphia and its Pennsylvania suburbs” and says 3 to 5 inches of snow should be expected in the watch area.
Friday and Saturday are looking nice with more sunshine and milder temps.