PHILADELPHIA (WTXF) - Cleanup is underway across the Delaware Valley after our fourth nor’easter of the year dropped several inches of snow across the region.
Philadelphia public and Archdiocesan schools will be opening on a two-hour delay, while other schools across the area have closed for the day Thursday.
Suburban areas seem to have gotten the brunt of the snowfall with places like Macungie, Pottstown, and Allentown all got more than a foot of snow.
New Jersey didn’t see as much snow, but towns like West Deptford and Cherry Hill both still saw 8 inches.
IMPRESSIVE!— Mike Masco (@MikeMasco) March 22, 2018
Really impressive showing for the NJ shore and bucks county! Places in Ocean County picked up 12-14"!!!!
Power outages are scattered throughout the area, though several thousand lost power down the shore.
Here’s a quick look at the rest of the week:
THURSDAY: Clearing Skies, Breezy. High: 42.
FRIDAY: Mostly Sunny. Low: 30. High: 43.
SATURDAY: Partly Sunny. Low: 29. High: 43.
SUNDAY: Partly Sunny. Low: 32. High: 44.
MONDAY: Sunshine, Dry. Low: 31. High: 44.
TUESDAY: Sunny, Pleasant. Low: 30. High: 52.