Weather Authority: Another cold night in store across the Delaware Valley

The system which dumped so much snow is still in control, which provided more cloud cover, but overall a day to dig out from under so much snow.

FOX 29’s Kathy Orr says the roads are okay, but anything untreated will refreeze tonight, as temperatures across the region drop into the 20s, with clearing skies.

 MORE: Nor'easter dumps over 2 feet of snow in some parts of the area

The center of the storm is off the coast of Halifax, Canada, so it’s making its way out of the Delaware Valley. It did manage to bring spotty flurries throughout the region Wednesday.

Winds will still gust a bit tonight, keeping wind chills into the teens.


Thursday should be a dry and sunny day with less wind and temperatures reaching into the upper 30s to low 40s, so definitely a nicer day than what we have seen recently.

Friday will bring a mixed bag, with morning snow and changing to all rain by late morning as warmer temperatures move into the system. It moves on by about three in the afternoon, so not a snowstorm with any punch at all.

Saturday, Sunday and Monday all look to be dry and pleasant.

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