How much snow will we get on Friday? Forecasts for Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware

How much snow will we get on Friday?  Forecasts for Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Delaware

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Temperatures rebounded a bit Thursday after a stretch of very cold days, but more snow is falling in Philadelphia and the region on Friday.

Thursday will remain relatively calm around the Delaware Valley, with warmer and lighter winds. Conditions remain cloudy with highs near 35 and low-like temperatures in the upper 20s.

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Consider this the calm before the storm. Another round of snow moves in on Friday with several inches of snow possible.

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Snow timing

Light snow will begin to spread across the area between 4am and 6am, and pockets of steady snow will develop from 6am to 9am, with steadier snow possible between 9am and 3pm, and the snow should taper off by the evening.

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A winter storm warning will be in effect from 4 a.m. to 10 p.m. Friday, with five to six inches of snow expected in Philadelphia and along the I-95 corridor, and an upcoming weather alert from CBS Philadelphia will be in effect all day due to snow. .

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How much snow does it snow in Pennsylvania, New Jersey and Del.?

Five to six inches of snow is expected across the area. This comes on the heels of Tuesday’s system dropped more than three inches in Philadelphia –And it’s over The snow drought that the city has been experiencing for almost two years.

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Beach spots, which may see some rain and snow mixing, expect one to two inches of snow.

Although it’s not a “huge” snowstorm, according to meteorologist Kate Bellew, the timing of the system will likely impact morning and evening commutes.

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Weekend forecast

Friday’s system will be followed by more cold air, so Saturday will be very cold and windy again. Wind speeds can reach 30 mph and wind chills will have difficulty exceeding the single digits.

In Philadelphia, it will feel like it’s only 2 degrees; At Pocono Mountain, it will feel like -10.

The next weather advisory remains in effect on Saturday, but in this case due to the cold.

Sunday remains dry but breezy and cool again, so you’ll need your heavy winter gear through the weekend, but temperatures will start to rise by Tuesday.

7 day forecast

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Thursday: High temperature 35. Cloudy but not cold

Friday: High 32, low 28, next weather alert for snow

Saturday: High 24, low 17, and the next cold weather advisory

Sunday: High 30, low 18, very cold start

Monday: High 35, low 17, mostly sunny

Tuesday: The high is 42, the low is 27, and back to the 1940s

Wednesday: High 45, low 32, chances of rain

Next weather radars

Hourly forecast

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