Weather Authority: Winter storm watch issued for parts of region ahead of snow Thursday

The FOX 29 Weather Authority is calling for snow to begin falling early Thursday morning with accumulating snow coming later in the morning.

Snowfall could be heavy at times. The I-95 Corridor and adjacent suburbs will be in the 3-6 inch range, while the Lehigh Valley and the Poconos will see 6-10 inches. South Jersey and Delaware are forecasted to get between 1-3 inches of snow.

The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm watch for parts of southeastern Pennsylvania, southern New Jersey and northern Delaware starting at 4 a.m. Thursday until 1 p.m. Friday.

The track of the storm could determine if and when we see a change from snow to a wintry mix Thursday afternoon or evening, which would keep totals on the lower side. 

The track of the storm will also determine whether or not we might wake up to a lingering wintry mix on Friday morning as well. 

Looking even further ahead, we're keeping an eye on a system that could impact the area Monday morning with a wintry mix expected to turn to rain. 



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