PHILADELPHIA (FOX 29) - Our second round of winter weather in two days has caused more than one hundred area schools to open late or even close for the day Tuesday.
Depending on where you live, the second system that passed through overnight brought snow, rain or a wintry mix.
No matter what kind of precipitation you woke up to this morning, expect your morning commute to be impacted. By Tuesday night, ice is expected to linger north of I-95 before changing to rain.
Monday brought a few inches of snow to parts of the area that could create slick spots.
A Winter Storm Advisory is in effect for Berks, Lehigh, Western Montgomery and Upper Bucks counties.
Gov. Phil Murphy declared a state of emergency for New Jersey ahead of the winter storm. The state of emergency went into effect at midnight.
The Lehigh Valley and Poconos is expected to see 3-6 inches of snow. The Philadelphia area is expected to see 1-3 inches. The system is forecasted to be a mainly rain event down the shore.
TUESDAY: Areas of dense morning fog. A mix of rain and freezing rain this morning, changing to all rain. Low: 35 High: 39
WEDNESDAY: Partly cloudy skies. Low: 27 High: 41
THURSDAY: Mix of sun and clouds. Low: 41 High: 50
FRIDAY: Morning showers. Low: 37 High: 54
SATURDAY: Mostly cloudy. Low: 24 High: 41