PHILADELPHIA - The Delaware Valley is seeing snow for the second Sunday in a row, but this week's storm came with more rain and milder temperatures.
A delayed changeover from rain to snow will dampen previously predicted snowfall totals. As a result, areas north and west of Philadelphia, as well as southern New Jersey and northern Delaware, can now expect about 2-5 inches. Isolated areas could still see up to 6 inches.
Areas along the coast and further south are likely to see a coating to 2 inches but should expect more rain.
Winter storm warnings and winter weather advisories remain in effect through 7 p.m. Sunday, so motorists should be mindful if you must go out.
Wet snow should start to taper off around 4 p.m. as the system moves out of the area. We could even see some peaks of sunshine before the sunsets.
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Despite the snow, Sunday's still has a forecasted high of 37 degrees. Temperatures north and west are below freezing.
Monday will be colder, potentially causing some refreezing with a low of 18 degrees and a high of 31.
The rest of the week looks to be milder with highs in the 40s and mid-30s through Saturday. There could be more chances for snow towards the end of the week.
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