Weather Authority: Tuesday night cold and dry, next snow chance Wednesday night

At least we made it above freezing, in most places, across the Delaware Valley Tuesday. Because, colder air is coming and it looks to set up camp for a while.

FOX 29’s Kathy Orr says arctic air currently invading the Northern Plains will head this way. While daytime highs may not be as cold as the 8 degree folks in Minneapolis are experiencing, overnight lows will remind everyone across the region it is definitely still winter.

The next snowmaker moves in Wednesday night, providing an opportunity for 1 to 3 inches of the white powder by Thursday morning, with New Jersey and Delaware picking up the higher amounts.

Another round of snow should move in Thursday night through Friday morning, providing an additional 1 to 2 more inches.

The polar air will be the trend over the next 10 days, sending temperatures well below normal after Valentine’s Day.

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