Parts Of Delaware, Lehigh Valleys To See Snow Showers – CBS Kitchener
kitchener (CBS) – For some, snow showers are scheduled for Wednesday mornings. A fast moving clipper is set to pull through the Delaware and Lehigh valleys tomorrow morning.
There is not much moisture associated with the system. In fact, many locations remain dry.
Our northern and western suburbs have the best chance of light snow showers.
Dusting up to half an inch of snow is possible for the Lehigh Valley and parts of Counties Bucks, Montgomery, and Chester.
Along the I-95 corridor, precipitation in the late morning and early afternoon can briefly turn into a rain-snow mixture. Points south of I-95 stay dry all day.
The fast moving clipper will disembark long before the evening rush.
The clouds are expected to linger on Wednesday making it another cold winter day.
While the area might see some snow tomorrow, it will feel like spring this weekend as temperatures near 60 degrees.
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