PHILADELPHIA (FOX 29) - Round 2 of wintry weather is expected to bring snow, ice and rain to the Philadelphia area.
A Winter Storm Warning is in effect for Berks, Lehigh, Western Montgomery and Upper Bucks counties starting Monday at 7 p.m. until Tuesday afternoon.
The system will bring overnight snow, sleet and freezing rain. The storm is expected to impact the Tuesday morning commute. By Tuesday night, ice is expected to linger north of I-95 before changing to rain.
PennDOT crews loaded their salt trucks in Norristown Monday night, hours before the first flakes began to fall.
Gov. Phil Murphy declared a state of emergency for New Jersey ahead of the winter storm. The state of emergency goes into effect at midnight Tuesday.
The Lehigh Valley and Poconos will see 3-6 inches, the Philadelphia area will see 1-3 inches and it will be mainly a rain event down the shore. A number of schools announced delays for Tuesday.
TUESDAY: Rain. Some sleet or freezing rain. Low: 36 High: 40
WEDNESDAY: Windy with times of sun and clouds. Low: 30 High: 40
THURSDAY: Mostly cloudy. Low: 39 High: 50
FRIDAY: Showers possible. Low: 36 High: 55